Chateau de Camboulan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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It's Karines wedding weekend!!
I didn't carry my camera around much during the weekend, but I snapped a few when we were getting ready and a few during the reception and a few the next day.
Weddings in France are so different from a traditional American wedding. You typically book a venue, in this case a castle, for a few days to give you enough time to set up and clean up. The wedding itself begins at the town hall, followed by the church ceremony ...
... a trip, but go somewhere.
With a lighter heart I'm leaving my adopted country and family behind to get back to what is my home, my life, my love, ready to restart living.
Thank you so much to Abde who's a master of everything wth a big heart
Thank you Claudine for just being there and welcoming me again in your home
... early in the 18th century, before being bought and part-restored in the latter part of the 19century by a Parisian opera singer, who lived there until the early part of the 20th century when he bequeathed it to the state. I don't want to repeat myself, but the structure of these places continues to fascinate me, and although we could only see part of the place, it was obvious that the incredible up-keep is/was a major part of their demise. I then gave George a ...
... br> Then we went for a drive and saw these kids there that were jumping off rocks and sliding down canoe slides and we thought that we could try.
We walked over there and went down the slide and it was so much fun.
Then after lots of fun doing that I wanted to jump off the big cliff that some people were doing so I did that and I was even more fun then the slide.
Then we had to go so we drove ...
... we have been talking about corn being grown everywhere, it is actually maize), tobacco (very small amounts of a special type used for cigars), wine, sunflowers (acres and acres of them), millet, melons, sunflowers, prunes, apples and other vegetables. But what is most interesting is visiting the beautiful villages in the region.
Cahors is the nearest large town, the River Lot runs in a loop around the city and one of the great features is a beautiful ...