Chateau de la Caze
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Staying in a chateau that's 500 years old...great bar and restaurant too
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... rest and we are talking to him several times a day, and have cleared his work schedule for next month (although he is not happy about this). The plan is, as soon as he is fit to travel, he will come over and stay with us for a few weeks for rest and calm (hmm with the 4 girls this will need to be managed)!. What we have learned is heart attacks are common in men of this age, and hospitals deal with this regularly, normally its not ...
... rain and was very surprised to find 8 very large hanging tapestries, which in their day, must have have looked stunning. We decided to have another stab at "plat de Jour" and struck lucky in a cafe that had not changed since about the turn of the century and had fillet of chicken with mushrooms and Pomme de terre, plus a jug of wine for Jayne(I kid you not) and a small draught beer for me and 2 coffees to follow, ...
Phil woke up this morning with a horrible migraine, so he stayed in bed to sleep it off. I popped into the village to get some bread and meat, can't believe the prices, we thought it might be a little expensive for food here being in the middle of nowhere, but it's quite the opposite. Whether most of the produce is local, not sure, pork chops £5.90 for a kilo, steak £9.25 a kilo (Sunday lunch) and as for wine, a really decent bottle for £3.00 or ...
We counted them all in and there were 25 motor homes last night, quite an ensemble & there were 4 Pilote's. Definitely Autumn this morning, quite a nip in the air until about 11ish. Went into town to the market, past a dog behind gates who thought we were about to invade and found a few more little streets, a river and a chateaux. Plenty of fruit and veg stalls as well as yummy pastries, cheeses and hams and to ...
... br> Decending back down to the river below was much harder than the climb up.
The way down was shorter but steeper and the path for most made up of loose scree. Our knees and thighs were aching by the time we reached the road and the final two kilometres back to our car. We had just removed our boots and sat down with a contented sigh when it started raining-It was an amazing walk but we were pleased to have finished it before the rain ...