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... 320); the second for 400 Euros ($515).
The village of SE is also charming. Built on a hill using local limestone, it all has a warm, unified look. It is not a town, however, for folks who 1) do not like to climb, and 2) want smooth roads on which to walk. Some of the paths are steep and rocky.
As we were strolling through the ville of SE one evening, we entered a small wine shop. ...
... the Toulouse Lautrec museum which has numerous paintings and posters from the whole of the life of TL, some when he was as young as 11 years, and some in the year of his death. --------- We had another fabulous dinner in L'Epicurian before heading back to the B&B for a couple of quiet red wines. We head off tomorrow for Issigeac via numerous small towns which have great reviews for their beauty. Off to sleep now to recover from today's ...
... so we followed the trend and ordered the 'set menu', which was of course too much food and as the price was low, very ordinary too. Our destination was Rocamadour, where we had visited during our first trip to France. The best way to describe it is that most of it's buildings are built on the side of a cliff. For hundreds of years the town had been a centre for Christian pilgrims, specifically to see the Black Madonna in the Chapelle Notre Dame. ...
We left Meursault on Saturday, after five weeks that included wonderful hikes and a busy social calendar. We sadly said "good bye (until next time)" to our friends, knowing that our bonds to that town and its people continue to grow stronger. We also learned that there is still more to discover in the area.
On one of our first trips to France, in a town on the Riviera, I asked a local if there was a grocery store nearby. He kept answering me ...
... and the train station before we found one near the medieval area. Even then, the car park was one in/one out. We found a space at the end of a row, which was an improvement on some of the French up-the-bank or across-the-aisle parking we could see.
Carcassonne itself is beautiful - a walled medieval city of winding, narrow cobbled streets and high ramparts. Round turrets spring up next to ...