Chateau de Montledier
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... both favorite foods of our earliest ancestors), also wolf, hyena, and deer roaming across this particular landscape. Humans lived next to animals which have since become extinct.
We recently traveled southeast of Siran to Tautavel, visiting The Museum of Tautavel-The European Centre of Prehistory, presenting the whole history of mankind in Europe since the first European humans. The earliest remains of human existence in Europe, dating to 450,000 years ...
... store is in the form of a large barge permanently moored on the side of the canal and was not very large but we managed to pick a couple of things out to help the local economy. For lunch Loobie had squid and risotto cooked in squid ink, Leslie and Caz had a large salad with goats cheese and i had a boot leather sirloin steak which a local dog had a good share of. (Mangy looking thing) ...
... people sometimes say when they talk with people who have the southern accent; they can “hear the song of the locusts in their voices”. Jeanne had invited us for lunch with her sister Michelle, and we had accepted with pleasure.
We arrived just after noon and caught up on the news: the first item of which was the invasion of insects they are undergoing – a small winged insect previously unknown in the region which is infesting her ...
... that roadways overlook the countryside parks and forests, vineyards and farms, and not a place to shop to be seen anywhere. One literally has to search them out. Even our local bakery and grocery in Siran require local knowledge to find. One would never simply drive into the village and know where they are by reading billboards or signs. I love it!
On our first Saturday night we sat in the village square and listened to ...
... it was magical.We were conned by the vast numbers of chocolatier shops selling their own hand made and crafted chocolates. They looked fabulous. So I spent some time selecting my "chocolate of choice" to find that I'd paid $20 for what some may describe as cooking chocolate. We are still making our way through it a week later. During the visit we saw people walking along the city walls and spent a long time working out how to get there. Of course there was a ...
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