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... Some of the meats came from Italy. All washed down with a glass of rose....great lunch. Stocked up with some more wine and cheese and HiHo away
We meandered our way home through some back very narrow roads. HiHo and I had some fun
The other photo today was from Sarlat - they have a book lending scheme with glass boxes around town. See the photo. You leave one and you take one. Gets more people reading books.
... houses, and churches too large for the size of the village.
We arrive home pretty early, have an afternoon nap after the lunchtime wine, then harvest cherries and have a French bread dinner.
Friday 29th May Another long day -Monflanquin, Chateau de Bonaguil,
Frayssinet-le Gelat, St Caprais - Cahors
In the morning, we get photos of a deer in the next paddock, where the sunflowers are.
We’ve decided to explore East of ...
... buildings around the square. There is a funeral congregation gathering in the foyer of the church, so we sneak in to have the obligatory look at the inside, and carry on through to Castillonnes, perched on a rocky spur, another Bastide town founded about 1259.
We find a park in a long line of cars on the narrow street leading to the central square, and pass an interesting poster in a chemist shop showing a horse struggling out of a can labelled 100% beef, with ...
Back outside, Mike and Debbie call it a day, while we carry on back down for a better look at the Pont Neuf. Beyond the Pont Neuf, the Ile de la Cite ends in a tapered point, a bit like the stern of a ship, with a grassy park full of picnickers enjoying the sunshine, some of them pretty strange. We walked across the bridge on the right hand side of the island, and over to the Louvre complex, checking out the iron bridge further downstream on the way, ...
... if we put it on the roof.No TV worries no news of bail outs or wires in Blind Strand. The town of Creon is celebrating 700 years as a town with a festival this week but Id say were safe enough.The toll today from Nantes to Bordeaux was €42.90 Sacre Bleu! ...