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... the right dog, it was sad to say goodbye to Gourdon. The drive was beautiful, the trees, so many maple trees, so many different colours. The roads were pretty empty and it was interesting to see the changing landscape. Less hedges, more open fields, vineyards and orchards. It was also noticeable that there were more green leaves on the trees the nearer Agen we got, although it was only 86 miles. We saw the motor homes easily ...
Now at Nogaro, which sounds more like Spanish than French, but it comes from a word to do with walnuts. We are still in Armagnac country, and each town says it is the main centre of Armagnac. 21 kms today, and quite easy. Still flat mostly, and at one stage we thought that it was not as beautiful as we were accustomed to, but then it picked up and we walked beside the vineyards, and corn ...
... is also a feature! And we have had our explore - a small and old town. A former Gallo-Roman capital (Elusa). The cathedral or church depending on which sign you read, was built by the Benedictines (who founded a priory here in the 10th century), and finished in 1521. It is the church of Saint-Luperc. Again enormous!!! We decided it was an Ira candle lighting ...
... the distance. They told us no, only 2 days after rain when it is very clear!!! But we are getting closer. ....a little addition - Amr says he thinks she said that if you see the Pyrenees in 2 days it is going to rain....we were talking in French, so one of us is right, and probably Amr, but we got the gist!! I just have to add about dinner tonight! Amr's birthday dinner! We assembled at a table set on the terrasse at the back ...
... a look round. This is a living town, not just a picture showpiece, though of course there are the narrow streets, and again a gigantic cathedral and cloisters. I think I remember reading that many of the cathedrals in this region were built during the Avignon papacy, when they were near the centre of the church and its largesse! So now it's down time and kindle time till dinner, having explored, and ...