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... We enjoyed a walk around Beaulieu a very quaint town still decorated with strawberry bunting from the previous weeks strawberry festival. We are camping on an island campsite on the banks of the river with views of an attractive illuminated bridge. We have now travelled 1365 miles since leaving home a fortnight ...
... and produce. Got some olives together with some fried chips and roast something for lunch. It was delicious but we were not sure if it was lamb, rabbit or duck! Later found a card with it on and worked out it was duck, a specialty of the area. Very tasty. Charlotte wanted a Ben and Jerry icecream and she got a smaller tub at a pizza place in town. Wandered along to the information place however it ...
... to the tower up a total of 119 steps. One of the things we loved about the ruins was it had not been spoiled by glass barriers or any barriers at all and very few signs around the place. One of the best chateau castle ruins we had visited. The town itself is a photographers dream with stunning views and beautiful streets and houses at every turn. Found a patisserie at the top where we bought a local specialty sweet bread loaf called Fouace. ...
Very comfy bed and nice to not have to rush off anywhere and to just take in the location we were lucky enough to be staying in. Absolutely stunning weather today. Had a relaxed breakfast and then headed to Saint-Antonin-Noble-Val for the Sunday market. Certainly is popular with French people and a beautiful town. Joined in with the locals and managed to buy some more food! Got local cheese, bread, dried fruit and ...
... were told by the locals that during the summer the town is packed shoulder to shoulder with tourists and this would certainly take away from the 'special' feeling the town has.
On our way back to Montpezat-de-Quercy we stopped by the little village of Assier and visited the ruins and one remaining wing of Chateau d'Assier. The Chateau made a nice change to usual Church visits and Kate was very happy that we were finally going to another Castle. ...