Chateau de Castel-Novel
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So a new month and we get closer to Christmas but still the sun keeps shining. Its bloody lovely in France. Back to school at the start of the week and Ruby was a bit wobbly as expected but got over it soon enough. The rest of us have just about managed to get through the week unscathed although this has not been helped by me suffering from a terrible case of flu de monsieur. Yes it would appear that this is ...
... which again was fairly spectacular. I really love driving around in France, whether in Sven or Black Beauty as there are always amazing villages, houses or views to check out (and occasionally I watch the road) and of course the autumnal colours at the moment add to the scene. Its funny that there must be loads of towns or villages in France that are completely seasonal, last week we noticed it in the south that the beach resorts were closed for the summer and ...
... had a very lazy old morning with the girls playing happily together, Jess lazing about in bed and me getting my washing done and sorting stuff out. We had a late lunch on the balcony as it was such a lovely day and decided we would go swimming in the afternoon. It took us a while to get organised and it is a bit of a drive to our nearest pool in Tulle and when we got there we had two problems. Firstly, the pool was absolutely rammed and didn't look like it would ...
... and houses built in the 14th century. Then up the hill Rue de La Teillade to Rue de La Tour, well, we thought calling it a road was a bit much, it was only wide enough for a bike! At the top was a lovely view of the town, shame the sun didn't shine. The route also took us to the little streets on the opposite side of the river to us. Beautifully restored 13th century houses and a 1760 convent, which became a Hospice in 1974. Fortunately the square the convent was ...
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.