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I’ve been on a steep learning-curve to know what I need to know to do my part in the development and maintenance of the site. I’m far from where I need to be, but far enough along the do the minimum.
... during the 100 years' war, being taken back and forth by English and French forces loyal to the kings of England and France. The final battle of the 100 years’ war took place quite nearby at Castillon-la-bataille in July of 1453; I’ve written about that before.
The castle played a role in the French wars of religion in the 1500s. The Durfort family took the Protestant side and the mother of ...
... stops so we purchased a one day pass and started exploring. We had a great lunch in a wee cafe where they only spoke French and we managed to order a lovely pie (quiche) and salad and Marty had a nice big beer. So far all the food has been delicious but I do know a couple of things to avoid - anything tartare (it means raw meat) Yuk! and very popular with the French by the looks of how many people I see eating it.
After lunch ...
... trip like we had hoped. Driving to the yurt saw us going through the remote area of the Dordogne region (near Bordeaux in the South-West of France) with lots of little villages, corn fields, vineyards and even more tiny little villages. The GPS took us right to the door-step and were greeted by the owner's friendly dogs, and then by the owner who showed us around the premises. Our yurt (a large, circular, semi-permanent tent structure) was wonderful and a great ...
... and some running shoes. I am absolutely put to the sword and 12 hours later my **** is still feeling like a nuclear reactor. Mmm, I knew I wasn't cut out for this cycling caper. Anyway if you happen to be into the Lycra I highly recommend Bordeaux, it is unbelievable and if I somehow can work out a way to spend more time here, I reckon I could be converted. We headed into the city this afternoon and checked the place out. it is the 5th biggest city ...