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... go on to Souillac and the Aire there.
We had a very pleasant journey there and enjoyed the view over the Dordogne as we dropped down into the valley and crossed the river.
The MH Aire is near the campsite, just off the centre of town. it is large and flat and we joined 5 other MH;s and settled down for a very cold night.
... as well as play on a glass enclosed carousel that Kate and Roy really enjoyed. It has become clear that most towns hold some significant historical moment in history and always tied to a religious event. Sarlat is another beautiful town and well worth the visit if you are ever in the area.
This coming week we hope to fit in some snow play and perhaps go back to Toulouse to visit the aircraft museum and the Resistance Museum.
... to the Notre Dame and this can only be accessed by 216 steps, of which the pilgrims often climb by their knees. We tried doing, but did not succeed and climbed the rest of the way on foot. There is a list of Saints and political leaders that have made the climb on their knees and it included St Anthony in 1226, Pope Jean XXII in 1320 and King Louis XI of France who did it twice in 1443 and 1446.
We were all amazed by the beauty of this town and ...
... patron Saints of the church where he grew up. as St Catherine of the Wheel was also here who, both the Proserpine parish and Kate and Roy's School, is dedicated to.
We then spent an hour or so wandering up and down the hilly streets of this beautiful town soaking in the ambience, before we continued back down into the Lot Valley to the town of Bouzies. From Bouzies we went for a family walk along the banks of the Lot to the Chemin de Haulage ...
... and taking on more of an administrative role rather than full time face to face teaching!
We have decided that the children will start school now rather than wait until the school year starts at the end of the month so we can get ahead early as there will be days we are travelling and missing school. Their lessons until their school starts in Australia are from text books we brought over as well ...