Logis Au Canard Gourmand
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After rising this morning about 8am we proceeded to pack up our things and clean the apartment. We had a 12:30pm train to catch and had to leave by about 11am to get to the main line station for the TGV. Lucky we got there early as we were a bit confused by the platforms and the carriage numbers. We found the right train, but didn't realise the carriage numbers were displayed in small almost ...
... multiple jet fighters (Jaguars, Migs, Mirage and Straighter to name a few), an Airbus A300B, and the Airbus Super Gupy heavy cargo plane which is wider than it is long. Not only are there aircraft to view but a number of interactive exhibitions such as flight simulators, design your own aircraft, and movies.
We are glad we went when we did as there were no crowds with only about 15 ...
... of the rest from Armagnac-Ténarèze with only a tiny amount produced in the Haut. In addition to these three PGIs, there is also one for Blanche Armagnac which is stylistic across all these areas.
Vines were brought to the region by the Romans and distillation by the Moors and Armagnac is the oldest brandy in France (yes, before Cognac). And finally the Celts brought barrels around 350BC, which must have been a relief as cupped hands really don't hold ...
As well as the liver, they also eat the breast of the force fed geese which is known as Magret (mag-ray not Margaret!).
Drink-wise (well it is why we are here) they specialsie in Armagnac brandy, wine and Floc de Gascogne.
Floc de Gascogne is a vin de liqueur, wine fortified with brandy. This type of drink is also made in Cognac (as Pineau des Charentes) and Jura (as Macvin). "Floc" is an Occitan word for ...
This morning Kate and Roy were quite pleased with the decision from the Principal that today would be a short day for schooling! At about 10.30am we headed off to the pink city of Toulouse.
Toulouse is about 90km from Montpezat-de-Quercy and we met up with Christophe and Bastien the local IPA representatives in the town and they took us under their wing to show us the sights of their beautiful city. The city is currently ...