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Some changeovers go smoothly and some raise your blood pressure. We have been on the boat for nearly 2 weeks having taken last minute self-catering bookings, but with a changeover in the middle. Stefan was back in the UK for the first week with his mother being poorly in hospital, but he was back in time for an early start on Saturday. We had already had a call from the French guests on Friday evening complaining that the boiler wasn't working, which we sorted ...
... It was Pope Benedict I who decided to build a Pope’s Palace. Then Clement VI added on to the palace in the mid-14th century. Now this whole deal is really complicated and would take too long to tell here, besides I fell asleep during part of this also. So trust me that there was intrigue and politics and shifting loyalties. At some points in time during this perioed there were two Popes, hence the term "schism", ...
... from 11th century forward. Most of the early ones were "updated" in the 15th and16th centuries. I don't even want to think about the plumbing for them.
We had neighbors from Spain, Germany, Netherlands and France of course. Harry took this picture and I hadn't even had a sip of wine...ha. We search for a new local red wine every day. It IS hard work.
More to to the story soon. Be safe all.
... but slightly different in style and service. We dined on foie gras and oysters and pigeon and pork. We walked to a huge Gothic Cathedral built in the 1100's where an organist was displaying his skills surrounded by students giving close attention to his every move on the keyboard.
Tomorrow is a hot tub day at Red Shutters and then on to tea at our landlords.
We've attached food and scenery and old town pictures.
Love from your French travel ducks. D & S
... tables of Australians. Pity I was too shy to talk to them.
We drove on to Domme, a bastide at the top of another impressive mountain with good views of the Dordogne valley. We photographed, walked, sat and looked. If you lived here would you be able walk past it?
This was a full day. Vivienne got us home beautifully. There is a comedy routine in one's relationship with satnav. She never accuses, just works out the ...