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Travel Blogs from Gardegan-et-Tourtirac
... not somewhere I’d want to spend more than a day but it has its attraction - a very old town, the centre still retains many medieval wooden houses, jutting out over cobbled streets. Additionally there’s a beautiful cathedral (1 of the 17 I’ve seen just in Europe), a few other pretty old buildings and an artisan’s district which still contains the shops of several luthiers (whom I stood and watched working on lutes and violins), so I was ...
Itīs been 4 months since my last blog...time for an update I say.
Manchester, Cardiff, Oxford and London...1 1/2 weeks, 4 stops, 2 lovely catch ups. Itīs so nice to see familiar faces when travelling alone and even though both visits were whirlwind, they were lots of fun. My thanks go out to Rosie and Eddie in Manchester for hosting me in the week before they returned to Australia after 4 years abroad, and Kate and Harti in London who had just arrived back from ...
... room snacks from a supermarket ,fruit, cheese, salmon etc. We then went to Bordeaux , where we found parking with difficulty. The centre is like any city, e.g. Oxford street. It had large buildings, parks, shopping centres ( like London ). We found an evening antique market in a park which was great but we never bought a thing! After a coffee we returned to the hotel but washed the car on the way. Diesel needed tomorrow but is about 1.29 euros per litre which is better than the ...
We spent 2 weeks with wonderful family friends Jacqui and Jean-Michel. Thank you so much for your hospitality, we really enjoyed seeing you both again. Until Australia!
We did many day trips exploring the region. It's the heart of prehistoric man and wine and food!
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... beautiful vineyards on a bus and actually stopped in two different wineries where we got tours of their vats, barrels, cellars, and got to taste the wine as well. Favorite moments include learning about an organic way of discouraging butterfly
reproduction in the fields by releasing pheromones (the method translates to sexual confusion...poor butterflies), meeting the mascot of one winery who was a donkey named Isabel, and noting that the first chalet was selling a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed