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... snowing at Clermont Ferrand. We had already planned to turn off to Rodez, just after Millau, where no snow was indicated.
As we climbed up the first bends it was obvious there had been heavy overnight snow. The road had been treated and was clear, but now and then a lane was closed for ice. it was still windy but not as bad as the day ...
... much of the Chateau remains, with only the west wing still standing, it shows how grand the building must have been in its heyday. The Chateau was completed in 1535 and was built by Jacques Ricard Gourdon de Genouillac who wanted to build the Chateau on the site of the manor where he was born. The Chateau fell into disrepair and was sold off for demolition in 1768, with a local family buying the west wing in 1786, saving it from demolition. In 1901 it was ...
... the Roman times when it was founded in the 1st Century. A lot of the buildings in the town are from the medieval times and town is described as a medieval city with a number of houses from the 14th century still standing and habitable.
Two of the highlights of our trip was walking over the majestic Valentre Bridge. This bridge spans the Lot river and was built between 1306 and 1380. The bridge has ...
... town hugging the side of cliffs.
Not a lot to do there in winter when everything is shut. Just a stroll around and a play on the playground.
Around the Dordogne province we drove through many quaint, quiet, little villages hugging the river.
The visit to La Roque Saint Christopher was fun - again we were the only ones there.
The kids enjoyed imagining life, in this old city in the ...
... They collected tin tin cars and just speak a different language.
So today we went to a cliff city.
It was built into a mountain. There was only 1 way in so if someone attacked everybody would guard there and they would be safe.
There was catapults and churches and basically everything you need to survive except they had to go down to harvest crops for food. It was really cool.
Secretly Jordan and I climbed up some ...
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