Domaine De Gavaudun
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- Tennis Court
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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... all who are healthy and happy and lots and lots of fun. We've of course in all those years been fortunate to have the love and respect for each other, to see us through. It's been the first time for many years we've been able to celebrate our anniversary, as we have usually had guests in. So after a walk back to the Notre Dame, which was so cold inside, you wouldn't believe it, we went into town for lunch. Yes, more food and drink!! It was a lovely ...
Sadly, said good bye to Jan & John this morning, they had decided to move onto near where they used to live, to see old friends. We were in our dressing gowns, why do people go so early, it was only 9.30am!!!!! The weather looks good and it is quite mild again, we have a few things to get in town, in particular dog food. We have been told about a local Casino super market, which turned out to be a 15 min gentle walk. Quite a nice little shop and we were able to get ...
... and down through the town. One of the street were called Rue Sourde (deaf street). It was built as a fire break and any windows that were put into the houses were soon blocked up as very little light gets to this narrow road. Therefore no one could hear or knew what was going on, one of the first 'lovers lanes'! Returned to Pierre for a lovely cold drink and a lazy afternoon in the ...
... planned. However,gave Tess a quick walk before going into town and let her relax in Pierre, as we think the market will be busy. We have been very lucky that most of the places we stop at are only a short walk from the action (if there is any!!) The market is excellent and very busy and had lots of different traders from speciality bread & cured meats and fruit and veg stalls, plus meat and fresh fish etc etc. We bought some great nutty bread and stocked up again ...
... the harvest, and today we passed dark rich-looking soil, contrasting with yesterday's stony earth. We arrived at Lauzerte at about 2 pm. It is a medieval village set on a hill. Very intact in its old style, a bit reminiscent of San Gimignano. We found our hotel, luckily before climbing up to the town itself, as it is a kilometre out. Very basic, and definitely not Sharon, but will do for the night! After changing we walked up to the village (in the rain with umbrellas!! - ...