Le Lion D'or
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... th century ,but unlike most other towns the walls that were constructed around the cities is still in good condition and the town centre is protected from bad weather and is much quieter from the road noise which is outside the wall. This town is very old and steeps with history. We went on a walking tour of the town and later enjoyed looking at the market place and Window ...
... place on Saturdays is where all fruit and vegs and meats are bought,once again the produce n this area is magnificent. Part of our walking tour was that we would have a surprise when we opened a door! Our surprise was Pierre who was out tour guide ,along with his wife are competition ballroom dancers. The door we opened was in the town hall in the Italian room ,which as painted with murals etc. Pierre and his wife Annabella danced ...
... tossing I did during the day when I was throwing tree branches over the fence from the lake into the sheep field (another story). Plus fresh air always makes me sleepy.
The downside of going to bed early was that I woke early, 5:30 am to be precise when a female voice said "hello" to me. I did think it was my sister. Went back to sleep again until 8:30.
After coffee and ablutions and everyone but us had left (Camping Cars are only supposed to ...
... be good to go. So we set off parked the car 400 meters from where the address had said they would be starting & off we walked. We walked for an hour but didn't see the street name until we were on our way back to the car- it was a little lane between high rise apartment blocks- a bit like the Jasmine Allen estate on the Bill we walked down there but no one was there so we turned around & walked out again. We got in the car & our gps - we are really ...
... the townsfolk from this village of 500 inhabitants. Then our travels south took us through the Loire valley, also called the Garden of France, a very scenic area with an abundance of vineyards, fruit orchards, artichoke and asperges fields among the rolling hills.
Every so often we would spot one of the several castles interspersed throughout this area, also on the UNESCO heritage sites. In late afternoon we arrived in Bordeaux ...