Hotel Restaurant du Lac Logis
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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We drove to a couple more Bastide towns today. The first was Montflanquin, which is a fairly small place, but again has lots of stone cottages, a main square in the centre of town, views across the valleys etc. Garth bought a sandwich in a small cafe in the village, and for less than $6, got a baguette at least ten inches long, four inches across and choc-a-block full of ham, Brie, and salad. He ate it over three sittings (possibly because he ...
... village of St Cirq Lapopie, population approximately 200! It is also perched on a cliff, and is 100 metres above the Lot river. This place has a viewpoint in the centre of town (a rock like formation called Rocher de la Popie) that you can climb up to get views across the hills and river. Just stunning! Finally we arrived at our destination, after Garth had driven like a maniac (a careful maniac!) so that we were on time to meet the owner of ...
... chocolate...quelle choixe!
The chateau was very interesting to visit, with museum displays of furniture, paintings, kitchenware, library, wine cellar, etc set up in the rooms just as they were when built by the D'Aydie family in 1550. Chateau Monbazillac managed to come unscathed through the Wars of Religion (interestingly, it was a ...
... reminded us of Monsanto in Portugal!)...these rock shelters were originally occupied by Cro-Magnon people and apparently were still used as natural shelter until recent times.
We ourselves stopped for a picnic lunch, eating under an old train trestle in the shadow of the ruins of the Chateau Miremont. Fortified, we carried on to the Grotte ...
I have to say, I love an amuse bouche, that tantalizing teaser that fine French restaurants bring before you begin your meal! Today we had one of the finest, a pile of tiny cheese pastry 'poppers' served on a tall butcher block and a small bowl of a creamy tomato-soup-like concoction drizzled with olive oil...and this was just to get your taste buds ...