BEST WESTERN Le Pont d'Or
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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 ...
... tourists all day. We were told that in summer the town, though beautiful, is jammed packed with tourists and their noise takes away from the serenity of the town.
Our first stop was the local Tourist Information Centre. Each town has one of these and they are always staffed by at least one multilingual person and are more than willing and helpful to explain in detail what their town has to offer.
We followed the information provided and ...
After much anticipation and to the delight of Kate and Roy the 2015 school year started yesterday on the 7th January with the raising of the Australian Flag, National Anthem sung and messages read out. It was pleasing to see that there was a 100% attendance from both the students and teachers for the first day. However by the second day the staffing model had changed somewhat with Nathan being (self) promoted ...
... showering on and off. After yummy breakfast at our hotel, went back to the old village and climbed the steps to the church where a service was just starting. Went into the shrine that is dedicated to the Virgin Mary and that is visited ...
... 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 ...