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What a magnificent golf course, lovely memories of this place and its in immaculate condition, lucky Linda only walked round with Tia as I won again..! Note, must come back and play here again...! Played it 10 years ago with Dan and Mark, might have been the time Bears weren't the only creatures to *hit in the wood, hey Dan?!!! And I played this also 25 years ago with the Amex Guys from Pyecombe Golf Club... Fond ...
Today was unbelievable. We woke up way early so we had plenty of time to go to Monet's house and gardens, starting the day off eating various pastries on a bank down the street from his house. I had no idea what an accomplished gardener he was, and I can see why his paintings were so picturesque--because he made his surroundings that ...
... was intimidated by the size of the city, especially whey we got lost, were in a tunnel, and the GPS said we had arrived! The sights and sounds were Bells, big booming Bells, lots of children chatting, gabbing on windy cobblestone streets, young couples holding hands, incredible light shining through the upper reaches of the cathedrals, small shops, ...
... she sees when she looks at a painting. It was wonderful to see the works through her eyes. One of the paintings was done by by Jules-Alexandre Grun (with an umlaut on the u) in 1911 and called A Friday at the Salon des Artistes Francais. It was a tour de force depicting 93 prominent French artists, writers and politicians of the day talking and gesturing in small groups in a large sculpture hall. The only one we knew was Gabriel Faure, one of our ...
... a failed attempt to park at the top of the cliff (luckily we didn’t have to go down any narrow pedestrian only streets this time though), we found a parking lot at the bottom and took the “tiny train” up to the top.
Since Rocamadour is a very popular tourist destination there were parts of our initial stroll through the main town street that were very familiar; lots of shops selling all kinds of souvenirs, gelato stands and little ...