Au Rendez-Vous des Pecheurs
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... as well as play on a glass enclosed carousel that Kate and Roy really enjoyed. It has become clear that most towns hold some significant historical moment in history and always tied to a religious event. Sarlat is another beautiful town and well worth the visit if you are ever in the area.
This coming week we hope to fit in some snow play and perhaps go back to Toulouse to visit the aircraft museum and the Resistance Museum.
... Collonges-la-Rouge, the 'rouge village', and as the name says, it's red, as the stones used in the buildings are a red colour. It was another fine and sunny day, walking through the small, winding streets, looking at the shops selling local specialties such as foie gras, mustard, and artisan knives.
We joined others in a busy restaurant for lunch, where we had confit de canard (duck) and potatoes, with a glass of wine, and it was a delicious meal.
In the ...
Aubusson (don't you love predictive spelling -"ambush on")... Treas had her heart set on visiting Aubusson although she hadn't really owned-up - just subtly kept navigating us that direction. It is/was, as all you cultural gurus would know of course, the heart of France's tapestry industry and has been for centuries. I knew you'd be aware of that.... By the way, I wonder if that's where Roy came from......? You know.....Roy Aubusson......... Anyway, we rolled into town, ...
... overdue for a session at the beauty-salon, so I set-to at the "Lavage" they provide.... After 2 sessions at 3Eu each, I ran out of change to feed the machine, with it s pressure sprayer of hot water and paint-stripper, and while I waited for Treas to return, I got out a hand-sponge and painstakingly tried to rub-off all the accumulated bugs and dirt. Finally I, sent Treas off to get some more change and after she returned, the old girl (Dulcie) was ...
Well, I guess that we are now into the "Chateau-a-day" (CAD) stage of the trip... I very rapidly got totally sick of the fricken' NAFBC cycle.....(Not Another Fricken' Big Church/Cathedral) phase, and thankfully, the new CAD stage is quite ok by me... After at least 100 FBCs, I was just over them and wouldn't even go inside... I actually find the CADs quite fascinating... Once again, I'm amazed by the " how the hell did they do it back then, with no ...