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... br> Luckily the road to Rodez was clear, along the Lot valley, and on to Figeac, and then to Gourdon.
We had visited Gourdon about 5 years ago , when we had a caravan, and had seen the MH Aire.
We liked Gourdon very much. We got settled in the Aire and although it was bitterly cold, went for a walk around the town and up to the ...
... I am walking around a town from a fairytale, I expect a knight or princess to come along at anytime'.
The town can be dated back as far as the 8th century and each and every building is built from a red sandstone which is mined in the area. We spent quite sometime wandering the streets and alleyways and were actually quite surprised how many other tourists we saw today in the town. We would not be exaggerating if we ...
After a restful day yesterday at home, as we were worn out from our day in Toulouse the day before, we were all ready and raring to go exploring again.
Today, we chose the town of Rocamadour. And what a town it was! For those who read the blog on St Cirq you know how impressed we were with that town, however, we must say Rocamadour surpassed it for beauty and unbelievable feat of engineering building this town on the side of a cliff.
As you ...
... patron Saints of the church where he grew up. as St Catherine of the Wheel was also here who, both the Proserpine parish and Kate and Roy's School, is dedicated to.
We then spent an hour or so wandering up and down the hilly streets of this beautiful town soaking in the ambience, before we continued back down into the Lot Valley to the town of Bouzies. From Bouzies we went for a family walk along the banks of the Lot to the Chemin de Haulage ...
... Wednesdays and Saturdays are market days where the streets are filled
with fine, french local products, food and wine.
We picked up olives, goats cheese, dried strawberries and baguettes for lunch.
Already the feel of France is positive. There seems to be more people who speak English, larger supermarkets and department stores, although a little more expensive.
In our wandering on the first ...