Chateau De Longcol
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- Swimming pool
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... admission to sit there and watch Tate try to catch the stars as they came at her in 3D. The film was spectacular and definitely better than the last 3D film that I saw which was Yogi Bear. ( Maybe I should have seen that on an Imax.) The universe and galaxies and nebulas and everything else we saw certainly have a way of making you feel insignificant and it is virtually incomprehensible to imagine images from 10 billion light years away. The sooner ...
... at Oissel on the banks of La Seine, shopping in IKEA next day (Rouen) before heading down to Lamotte Beauvron. A very busy stopover, completely full but no noise and no trouble, nice canal walk as well so worth using in future. Then two nights at Lac de Saint Pardoux - an excellent place sleeping under pines and firs and walking around the lake, nearly 22 km walk in fact and collected loads ...
We think there's a song title there. We have the camping car section to ourselves today and although we enjoy company, it is rather nice. We were going to sort out loads on the net today, but still no connection, so sorted out bedding and the usual "stuff" you might do at home. We took Tess for a walk and had decided that we CANNOT leave without more chestnuts, I have been boiling the ones ...
... of Tierry) and we were not disappointed. A very narrow road for Pierre to negotiate for the last 2-3km, but it was worth it. A real fairytale village, with a lovely old bridge over the river, a chateaux on the hill and a very old church at the end of the bridge and as for the houses they were quite extraordinary. It was such a lovely sunny day we walked up the hill to the chateaux (unfortunately closed) and then had a walk through the woods looking for ...
Great drive along an almost straight road to Figeac. We were warned to keep an eye out for speed traps as it is tempting to put your foot down.
The market is huge and very French. We have been to Sarlat market in the past on a Saturday and this is just as big but feels far less touristy. Big emphasis on local produce and not as much of the tourist tat you tend to get at Sarlat. Must admit we thought it was the ...