Hotel De Compostelle
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Yesterday we visited the radiologist. Karen our host at Petit Manoir had made a reservation for us to go to the radiology clinic in Vitrac maybe .5 km from her house. They woul accept the X-ray requisition that our neighbour Dr. Warren Thirsk had provided us with. Our appointment was for 11 am and having dilly dallied away the morning we made a hectic visit to a Leclerc store of Walmart proportion in Sarlat ...
... the days taking and taken a smoko.
After that big outing headed home and watched the first set of the French Open Final. With our Peugeot man (Djokovic is sponsored by Pug) well on top, we headed out. We went to Souillac and to a display of automatons. Effectively animated toys...fascinating
Made it home and the storm is close, thunder so far but no rain. Still high 20's so not quite as cold as home
... br> Last stop for the day was the Jardins de Marqueyssac. These gardens have about a 4 km walk and are surrounding a chateau on yet another cliff. Everything is beautiful and very green. Lots of box hedge and very manicured.
Time for home as its about 7 pm and we left home at 8am. With all of this driving Phil is getting the hang of the driving which means i don't feel as though I am spending as much time on or near the gutter! ...
... from our apartment via The Maris district, through the Latin Quarter and St Germain over to The Catacombs. We saw the Luxembourg gardens to our right and waited just on 2 .5 hours in line for our turn. While waiting in line we had a little french street picnic of pastries and baguettes. The Catacombs were very interesting. Jamieson really enjoyed it. It wasn’t scary but you left feeling quite somber.
Apparently the thing for morbid ...
... but after about an hour it started to show up on the screen and train also seemed to speed up. It cruised at about 310 and the top speed Simon saw was 318kph (198mph) - we may have crossed onto running on 'fast tracks'.
A conductor walked through twice but did not stop to check anyones tickets.
Lots of pasture, the countryside much like rural New Zealand, except no cows to ...