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Today there is little to report of interest to a travel blog. I picked up some food at a nearby supermarket and then worked all day, casting an occasional gaze outside at the beautiful vineyards all around. This is some of the best wine country in the world. The most consistently sought-after and expensive wines are not far from where I am, in the Paulliac region north of Bordeaux. The most famous are Château Lafite-Rothschild, Château Latour and Château ...
... out bugs. Interestingly this very English word, bug, has now entered French (as bug or more français: bogue), meaning a software glitch. In fact the French have made a verb of the word, not only does a program have a bug, in French it bugs, in an intransitive way, so not in the sense of bothering you, though of course it does that too, but just in the sense of malfunctioning. So after fumigating, so to speak, the ...
... addresses, and she offered to email me drawing and painting tips and encouraged me again to "just draw, even if it's just a dot but ensure you sign it and frame it". She's such an inspiration and I promised that I would definitely use her paper or pen. Just think, if we were had booked the Saint Emilion tour, we wouldn't have met David and Tania and had such a lovely memorable day.
Today, Saturday 27th Sept, we were awake at 7am, the sun was yet to come ...
... and ‘look around’. So, that’s on the bucket list for next time. Our campsite, Camping Le Cite, is a twenty minute walk from the old town, and is very shady and private.
This part of the post is being written in Toulouse, after two days visiting Carcassonne – which is a fantastic town! What a history! And what a wonderful presentation! We are so glad we stopped there. We had heard it was bit touristy and it is, but not over the top like ...
... in big stores or smaller boutiques, are all very pleasant and helpful. We returned to Le Pain Quotidien for pastries and some more of their delicious coffee. Even though the cafe was so busy yesterday, our waitress remembered us and she made comment that we had returned. We sat at 'our' table from yesterday as it was not too busy. We had a lovely conversation mainly in French with a little four year old boy, his ...