Moulin de Labique

Address: Labique, St. Eutrope de Born, Aquitaine, 47210, France | B&B
 
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      Travel Blogs from St. Eutrope de Born

      Issigeac

      A travel blog entry by nicoll on Nov 01, 2014

      1 comment, 34 photos

      ... demolished a plain croissant AND a chocolate croissant before hand!). We then headed to Chateau du Biron and had great fun climbing the towers and the parapets, marvelling at the thickness of the walls, and the beautiful parquetry floors in the suites. The chateau is in the Dordogne area and the first part was built in the mid 1100s, with many additions built over the following few centuries. The Gontaut-Biron family owned the chateau for ...

      Cordes-Sur-Ciel and St Cirq Lapopie

      A travel blog entry by nicoll on Nov 01, 2014

      13 photos

      ... stop was Cordes-Sur-Ciel, a small fortified Bastide town built in 1222, and perched high on a hill-top not far from Albi. It was considered the first of the Bastide towns in South West France, and was built to replace the village of Saint-Marcel which was burnt down by the troops of Simon de Montfort in 1215. It has the most gorgeous stone houses with wooden frames, which despite being centuries old are beautifully renovated. Our second stop was ...

      The "Noble Rot"!

      A travel blog entry by twodrifters07 on Oct 07, 2014

      25 photos

      ... chocolate...quelle choixe!

      The chateau was very interesting to visit, with museum displays of furniture, paintings, kitchenware, library, wine cellar, etc set up in the rooms just as they were when built by the D'Aydie family in 1550. Chateau Monbazillac managed to come unscathed through the Wars of Religion (interestingly, it was a ...

      Neanderthal & Cro-Magnon Territory

      A travel blog entry by twodrifters07 on Oct 06, 2014

      31 photos

      Very near the area we are staying in Eymet is the famed Vezere Valley, world-famous for its prehistoric sites, particularly the collection of cave paintings, the highest concentration of Stone Age art found in Europe. The limestone cliffs and caves provided shelter for Cro-Magnon people, an entirely separate species from the Neanderthal, that actually co-existed in ...

      Cyrano and Roxanne

      A travel blog entry by twodrifters07 on Oct 04, 2014

      36 photos

      ... find ourselves here!) and a beautifully maintained medieval 'port' town on the Dordogne River (even though the ocean at Bordeaux is hundreds of kilometres away!). Sadly, despite popular belief, Count Cyrano, invented by 19thC playwright Edmond Rostand, actually has very little connection to Bergerac, and may only have stayed here a night or two way back ...