Hotel Auberge de la Sagne
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We woke up to a very hard frost. Luckily this campsite has lovely heated wetrooms. We set off to Beziers to join the A75 free motorway, which climbs up to almost 1200m. We would not know until the start of the climb up towards Lodeve if the whole road would be open.
the signs indicated that the whole length of the road was open, but ...
... family from store to store.
However, it was not all about the shopping and we also visited the Old Bridge which took 30 years to build between 1305 and 1335. We also visited another lovely church call St Orens on the banks of the Tarn River. It was an unexpected surprise as we were not planning on visiting the church but went in for a quick look and are happy we did. The church was another wonderful display ...
... and laughter in the future.
The whole family then went for an afternoon walk where we took some Australia Day photos. This drew some interesting looks from a few of the locals, including the Mayor who came over for a chat and wished us a Happy Australia Day.
Nathan was in the photography mood and went out tonight to get some 'show winners'. It was quite cold out but hopefully the photos he took will be worth it.
... invited by Thierry to go food shopping in Montauban where he showed us around the large supermarket explaining all the different French food that the locals buy. This was a great idea of his as we had no idea what some of the items were and we would never have brought them as we did not know how to prepare them anyway. We came away with many different delicacies to try including octopus pie, fish soup, cassoulete, petit sale aux lentils (pork soaked in ...
... brew had an unique flavour and were all quite enjoyable so we could not leave without purchasing a variety pack to take home and enjoy.
Our next stop was a winery in Montpezat-de-Quercy called Vignerons du Quercy where again the kids were treated to watching only Nathan, this time, sample a couple of local wines. Nathan found an oak red that he quite enjoyed, so once again, we had to take a couple of bottles ...