Au Rendez-Vous des Pecheurs
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... to push it along, past the limestone walls. After a few minutes you leave the boat for a guided walk around another section of the caves. We weren't able to take photos, so if you have a couple of spare minutes have a look at images on the internet.
After lunch at a nearby restaurant we headed back towards Beaulieu, stopping at the Intermarche. This was a one-stop place outside of town, with a supermarket, where had the only people serviing, and in the grounds ...
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, ...
... the once-over, until I gave up and decided that she had to choose, win, lose or draw... So we ended up at a quite nice-looking place and sat down to order...... Now, the waiter spoke 3words of English...."hello, yes, no , goodbye"... Sorry, that's 4 words... Treas feels that by speaking really loudly, waving your hands, and gesticulating, and then converting English into pigeon, helps them to understand...but not so... Anyway, she asked what ...
... places, and the daily running costs, with probably at least 20 or more, permanent staff, it is no wonder that many of them folded just from the overheads, especially since one of the castles we looked, at the owner had spent just 3 days there in almost 60 years of ownership...! Amazing! Well, this morning at Montresor, (I think it's Wednesday) after I'd hoofed-it down into town ( only 800m, there and back, to buy some fresh baguettes, hot from the oven, ...
We started our day with a tour of the red sandstone town of Collognes La Rouge, after a slight detour to Turenne, a town that looked like something out of a storybook, as we stopped to take photos through the blackberry bushes. Collonge is very picturesque with its pointed turrets, wisteria & grape vine covered buildings. On the way back to Brieve we stopped briefly at Salat where the buildings are lime sandstone, & where I ...