La demeure Saint-Ours
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... the Basilica we could hear the sound of a service in progress, but the Church was empty. When we got to the top of the stairs to the crypt, the doors suddenly opened and scores of people came up from Sunday Mass.
There were several Nuns in white habits who greeted everyone as they left.
we waited a ...
After a very cold night we woke to a bright morning, with a hard frost and a pretty winter sunrise.
We walked into Souillac, and it was so cold I wore my 'Inca' hat! It is a nice little town and we went into the lovely 12 C Abbey.Church. We searched hard to find a boulangerie, and ended up having ...
Quick update, there was a little bit of snow today!! I was in English Class and my friend suddenly said "Hannah! Look! It's snowing!" (In French). It was raining and snowing too, it was so pretty because it was gentle and in flurries.
In the morning travelled about 60 km to the medieval fortress of Chinon. Chinon dates back to 11 century and is closely associated with the crusades, Ric*************heart and Joan of Arc. It was the key political and military centre in France up until the 100 Years War ended in the early 1400's. Sadly little of it still remains but the fortress walls are still there and several parts of ...
... lunchtime, but decided to move
on after we saw that the ‘host house’ was pretty bare and barren (we have been
spoilt by previous vineyard stays overlooking the vines). We found a little village
some 30 kms away,.. high on a hill,.. overlooking the ...