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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... byes we headed to the Abbey of Valmagne. This is a 12th Century Benedictine Abbey, set in the midst of the vineyards of Languedoc. Everyone was so full from wine and lunch, we just wandered around, admiring the beauty of something built so long ago. We arrived back at Sete about 5:30 and are now having Happy Hour in the hotel lobby. I don't think anyone is going out to dinner tonight. Wish I could post more pictures with this entry but the internet is so slow, it keeps timing out. ...
Our target for the day was to explore the Auvergne area, and see the landscapes with more than 400 volcanoes. Some of the volcanoes are as old as 65 million years, and the youngest about 7'600 years.
Our ride took us through amazing scenery ...
... way of cars in the future, ok mate?
Off we went to find our campsite for the sight, arriving in the town of Lempdes Sur Allagnon just in time to visit the boucherie for some pork chops, the mini supermarket for a zucchini, and it was off to the campsite over the river to set up camp and make some dinner.
Dinner a repeat of our last camp meal, ricotta tomato sauce (and some added Roquefort!) with pasta, pork and zucchini was a winner again. Then In ...
... trying to avoid the twisted ankle. People tend to keep their properties very well maintained. A fair number of artists seem to be located here and this village unlike the others had some commerce in the form of two bistro/restaurants and a shop with all things Auvergne. We stopped and had a little lunch on a stone wall and had fun imagining what it would be like to live here now and in years gone by. ...
... to my words but if you can imagine old stone castles on top of the hills, dairy cows grazing on the rolling green pastures and two Aussies getting fat eating cheese you'd be close to the mark. It was another great day driving around the back roads and discovering little villages and unexpected sights. Set in amongst old volcanoes the area is rich in scenery and soil- makes a good combination for eating cheese. Stopping off at Saint Nectaire, we felt ...