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... On our way to Autun we were going to pass through somewhere I had always wanted to see - Le Puy-en-Velay I had seen the helicopter view of it during the Tour de France and was intruiged.
When we left Pradelles the sun was very bright and there was a layer of mist in the valleys.
The 'volcanic acne' bumps looked like islands in the ...
... other guy has a house on the big lake - close to the Arkansas side - he knows Branson well.
10/29 - we arrived in C******nay - LeC****** B and B - met with Nick and Rebecca (they run the place)- they are ex-pats from England - there is a large community of Brits in the area. It is now 7:30 PM - so we are off to dinner in the restaurant. Update tomorrow.
... what happened to the first.
The Duke of Burgundy was generous with his newly state appropriated property and gave the fortress to his advisor. Whoever thought it would be beneficial to be in politics? The Chateau went through various hands until 1936 when Chateauneuf and the village were declared a protected historical monument. Meticulously restored ...
... actual nursing care. As Karen pointed out, their money might have gone a lot further had they been a little less opulent. But it has withstood time, and actually continues today, in a different location, since 1970. It also has vineyards that financially support it now as it did centuries ago. We then walked through this walled city, center of the larger modern town, to an old and established wine cellar. We really went into ...
... heading to the UK for the next stage of our trip.
We have had a fantastic time. We have found the French to be very friendly and all concerns about their possible reluctance to communicate with us because of our disgusting French were immediately dispelled. It didn't matter whether we were in Paris or in the tiniest of villages, we were always met with a smile.