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Yet another idyllic lunch of fresh crusty baguette, cheese, pate and tomato; this time on the grassy bank of the Lot river at Saint Cirq Lapopie. A glass of rose and we both snoozed off basking in the warm sun on the river bank. Then on to explore the amazing medieval village perched ...
... in 40 degree hothouses. They have built a Japanese bridge as acknowledgement of Monet's contribution to making them famous. We had coffee on the terrace and witnessed Poms behaving badly. A family with two young children trying to order lunch. The husband was quite flexible and tried to speak French to order but the wife and wife's father adopted the time honoured strategy that if the infernal frogs were too stupid to understand the ...
... UK. If I can get one here before we come home I will be very chuffed. Lascaux is the most famous prehistoric cave painting site but we were not so keen because the main cave had been closed off since the sixties and a replica has been built for visitors. We felt very half hearted about visiting a replica but we couldn't have been more wrong. It was absolutely fantastic. Again luck was on our side well and truly today because we scored a very good ...
... dreaded 12 - 2pm lockout stretched to 2.30pm and even 3pm here and we were getting lower and lower on fuel. Finally ambushed a young guy at a service station whose first reaction was to look at his watch and I'm sure he was saying "it's not 3pm yet". But to his credit he opened up the service station for us and accepted cash and we were mobile again. Rouffignac - more ...
... with some work calls and arrangements for business meetings in Paris. Poss raved about the markets saying they were huge with every imaginable fruit and veg on sale all looking fantastic. We visited nearby villages then had a farewell dinner for Bruce and Fi who leave in the morning for Paris. Poss had spotted some mussels at the Prayssac markets and she cooked them in a garlic, onion ...
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