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... I just trimmed it. It looks ok to us but Trace would probably want to know which knife and fork was used!!!!! (Phil said 2 forks!!) Being misty outside we left Tess (we don't think she fancied going out really)and went on the town trail. The Tourist Information Offices here seem to have them for most villages and they take you to parts you wouldn't necessarily go or find. We decided to do it backwards as the end was nearest to us, a lovely medieval square with a ...
Last day at Le Paradis. Karin and Ad, our Dutch friends leaving today to return to Holland having been at Le Paradis for three weeks. Final visit to Saint Genies market in the morning before returning to site. Had a final happy hour with Barbro, Terry, Jon and Gina.
Packing all completed ready for our not too far run to the Lot. Only about 40 miles and should take us about an hour and a half.
... the river and we have booked a chalet not far from them for next year. The chalet we have had for the last two years is fantastic but has no natural shade and it has been so hot that we decided to try one by the river which has a veranda for shade
Barbro andTerry asked us to join them for lunch at restaurant de la Poste in St Leon. Lovely meal with 3 of them having the confit of duck while I went for their superior burger. All agreed it was lovely meal.
A stroll around St Leon after lunch and a photo taken in one of the back streets of this lovely village which is one of the "Le Plus Beau Villages de France" .
... in the shop was staring daggers us through the window, then came out and retracted the awning while we were standing there. Then, he insisted that we leave because he needed to put out his display of pool toys…in a storm. This was by far the rudest we have been treated on the trail. It was pouring down rain, we were wearing our pilgrim scallop shells, and the man turned us away from the little bit of shelter the town had to offer. This was also the ...