Campanile Brive-la-Gaillarde Ouest
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... in Giverny, we'd planned on going there today but the weather was a bit **** and rainy so we gave it a miss, I suppose the water lilies wouldn't have got any wetter but it probably wouldn't have looked it's best. We had a drive around, found a market and bought a few fresh veggies for supper including a globe artichoke, we had a full kitchen but probably didn't have everything we needed to sort that baby out, but they looked so fresh we just had to have one. ...
... 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 ...
Today is Sunday and we began our day with a sleep in after our late night on Saturday. It was a very relaxing morning and just before lunch we decided to jump in the car and drive north to Collognes la Rouge abut 130km away. However, before we go it was time for brunch, our first stop was the bakery in our town which is well known in the area for its excellent quality. We were all wanting a croissant but unfortuntley because we ...
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 ...
... there were a few times when I rocked the canoe (such as retrieving the camera from the water tight container) and Emma was less than impressed. But we made it down the river to Cenac, and under the first bridge, not much to see here, but apparently lurking below the water is an old river crossing where the Roman Legions would fjord the river if it was low enough!
A bit more paddling and we approached La Roque Gageac where we were staying. Whilst this town ...