Le Moulin de Cierzac Hotel
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... extends right across the road and below the huge statue of the Saint which sits supreme on a rocky hill overlooking the harbour.
There is a fine cathedral in this part of town and the river that runs from the mountains to the sea cuts through it.
A wedding party was assembling at the church in glorious sunshine.
As I made my way back to the promenade for the walk back I happened upon the musical find of my entire journey a 5 piece band busking on the street ...
... a guided tour of the tunnels. I think we were told that there were 35 miles of tunnels dug to the end of the war & they continued digging tunnels until I think 1962. It’s a wonder that the Rock of Gibraltar hasn’t just collapsed into a heap, as it is full of tunnels. The newer part of Gibraltar has been built on reclaimed land & the filling used was rock from inside the Rock of Gibraltar. From the tunnels I walked down the hill a little to the Moorish ...
... and make some lunch. I tied Treacle's chain to the passenger wing mirror so she could sit outside and I had a leisurely lunch in the sun, I then thought I would go and fill up with water whilst I waited for reception to open. I brought Treacle in but didn't realise I hadn't taken her chain off the mirror until there was a huge 'bang' as I drove off. I am not quite sure what happened but the chain broke and the mirror fell in bits and dangled pathetically. What ...
... and hit the barrels behind the walls. The brewery we went to was huge and they loose 80,000 litres of cognac just to evaporation. It produces a fungus when it evaporates and turns all the buildings black and even the trees around the buildings. Our guides name was Max and he was very specific with his English and apologised for any mistakes he made. The funniest one was when he asked us to come us and sit in the cask. We looked at him ...
... sur Gironde, stopping at an archeological site of roman ruins on the way. The Museum itself was closed but we were able to see the ruins and marvel at the exploits of the Romans all those years ago. Talmont is a village built on the edge of the Gironde, with high walls and XIIth century church sitting on the walled waters edge. Apparently the 'prettiest' village in Europe, it only has 70 residents, but thousands of visitors each year. Cars are not allowed in the town, so ...