Le Mas De Jouas
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... to go right through the town and back again. It seemed nice enough but we weren't overimpressed and the campsite would be a long walk out of town alongside disused railway sidings.
We backtracked and found the turning to the campsite, and had to pass a huge traveller's site.
We turned around and left!
We drove back along the D922 ...
... campsite in bright sunshine, but as we travelled downhill towards Albi we went into deep mist along the Tarn valley. Luckily as we got into the city we went under the band of mist and it was bright and sunny again.
As we went over the tarn we got our first sight of the cathedral - a ...
... During the morning we heard an unusual birdsong, a dutch camper told us it was a Golden Oriole. He had heard it on several days in a nearby copse, but even with powerful binoculars he could not see it. Although it is a bigger bird than a blackbird and bright yellow and black, it is a ...
Cahors is a pleasant large town in the River Lot. We stayed in a large aire near to the Pont Valentre. We took a quick wander around the town, stopping to look inside the Cathedral, and at a mechanical clock nearby which reminded us of a very complex marble ...
... the bottom of their garden. The only downside is that our dogs are too rowdy. They bark, and Amos lies down on a flower bed. We do a little house hunting while in the area, just to see what can be bought for the money we would spend. I'm quite confident that when the time comes, we will find something lovely. We visit Laguepie, St Antonin Noble Val, Najac, Caylus, and many other little villages and hamlets. The sun ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet