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When we started planning our trip, our idea of the perfect accomodation was a gite filled with character and set in a small medieval village within walking distance of a boulangerie, supermarket, charcuterie and some nice restaurants. We hit the jackpot in Monpazier!! It even had well marked walking tracks to explore. The bastide is 700 years old and one of the best preserved villages in France. It ...
Hello everyone, just been recuperating from jetlag and getting reacquainted with the french customs......seeing everyone again, and also getting used to the language again as they speak extremely fast .....grin
I wil be posting pictures of the market as Chantal wanted, also the paela, which is their version of a big stew, ...
... open another 6 litre bottle that afternoon :)
On Sa**************ing to the airport and flew to London.
p.s. I'm not sure if it's clear that there are pictures at the bottom of each post. I tend to add more here than I post on Facebook so as not to bombard my FB friends with too much. So feel free to ignore my bad or boring ramblings and just look at the pretty pictures :)
Today we drove to Bergerac to see the finish of today's stage . Rain somewhat marred proceedings. But didn't stop the kids getting all excited over the caravan again!. We retreated to the car after the caravan had passed, until the riders came through. We stopped in carlux for dinner and were treated to another great sunset! A wet, but great ...
... village of Breynac and it's historic chateau high above the Dordogne River, and the fascinating hanging gardens of the Chateau Marqueyssac, as well as the Chateau de Castelnaud with its museum of medieval and 17th/18th century weaponry. The Dorgogne region is beautiful and worth including in your French itinerary. We drove today to Biarritz and dropped off the car then took the trains to San Sebastián on the north coast of ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking