Plaza Madeleine & Spa
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- Heated pool
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Wow, what a lot has happened in those 36 years. I can't say any more 'it seems like yesterday'! But it doesn't seem that long either. Today the weather is very similar to then, sunny and dry (although a lot warmer here) but the autumn leaves falling all around reminds us of the church grounds. Looking back we have been so fortunate in our married lives, yes we've had the odd hiccup like most, but we have 3 wonderful children, 2 with delightful partners & 2 very ...
Sadly, said good bye to Jan & John this morning, they had decided to move onto near where they used to live, to see old friends. We were in our dressing gowns, why do people go so early, it was only 9.30am!!!!! The weather looks good and it is quite mild again, we have a few things to get in town, in particular dog food. We have been told about a local Casino super market, which turned out to be a 15 min gentle walk. Quite a nice little shop and we were able to get ...
... or a Greenway, which is actually the old railway to Souillac (hence the bus on our way here!), and there are a couple of convenient bike hire companies nearby, so we hired a few "cruisers", and headed down the hill towards Carsac, close to the Dordogne river, and then along the river for a few kilometers. The scenery is lovely, lots of trees, views of the river, and even a 400m long train tunnel which was dark but fun to ride through. The Dordogne is also nice enough to ...
... this week.
Dordogne was the battlefield of the 100 year war between the French and the English from about 1350 until 1450. The Normans from Normandy who had invaded England in 1066 still had claim to Parts of France. The Dordogne is a small gorged river on the banks of which the combatants build castles and fortified towns. On Sunday we canoed down the river from Vitrac to Beynac. It gave spectacular views of the towns and castles which we will visit as the week goes on. ...
Last day on this lovely site. Went for a last coffee in Labastide and filled up with diesel for the journey north.
Meal in the restaurant in the evening and once again it was lovely. Owners and all the staff are very friendly. Lovely way to end our stay here. Looking forward to coming back next year.