La Bastie d'Urfe
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... lentils and vegetables), fresh goat casserole and much to the happiness of Kate and Roy quite a lot of different biscuits, cakes and other treats.
We then bade farewell to Thierry as he is leaving on Monday to fly to Australia for a two week holiday. We will defiantly keep in touch as we have developed a good friendship over the past three weeks and we are very grateful for everything he has done for us during our stay. Hopefully we can catch up in ...
... a manual car and as we were all laughing as the car bunny hopped down the road he forgot where he was and reverted to driving on the left. As we rounded the corner we realised his mistake in time when we saw a car in the distance travelling on the same side of the road as us, fortunately we were going slow and had plenty of time to get back on the right.
The next event was when we drove up a small hill behind the town where ...
... tourists all day. We were told that in summer the town, though beautiful, is jammed packed with tourists and their noise takes away from the serenity of the town.
Our first stop was the local Tourist Information Centre. Each town has one of these and they are always staffed by at least one multilingual person and are more than willing and helpful to explain in detail what their town has to offer.
We followed the information provided and ...
Caught a taxi from Saint Come to Estaing it would have been 15.5 walk, quite manageable however Jane is still unwell and Helen seems to have caught the bad cough as well. We had made a booking in a nice hotel and so on arrival we were able to explore the town. Quite magnificent really. It is dominated by an ancient chateaux owned by Valerie Giscard ...
... which is a Village in the Sky - because of the beautiful views of it from the bottom and the breathtaking views once you get to the top. We took a 45 minute train ride up to the top, with an explanation of all we were seeing in French. They did give us an English version, but if you tried to read too much of it, you missed the views, so it was better to just enjoy the scenery and ride. Once we made it to the ...