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... was on a blocked off Main Street with many stalls and a mass of locals in coats an scarves circulating. Shopping, talking with neighbours in the street, occupying tables out the front of cafes with family and friends with beer, coffees and the ever present cigarettes. There were great fromagerie stalls that drew us.
Eventually we sat and had water and watched. We had bought veg and other stuff for dinner and lunch. The return was smooth driving and the land ...
... out for) ... not bad. I lay on the couch talking with one or both of the hosts, reading, sketching, writing and looking out the window into the valley of mists and rain. Having a day off.
The loungeroom has a painting on the wall, just finished, of the green man. It's an image I've researched and thought about in Oz. So fitting it's here. As a potter Sally did restoration work on historic buildings in England ... gargoyles, green men ... The ...
... of dinner and looked around some more. Looked at the roman bridge across the river near our place that is still in use. Both cars and the pilgrim path go that way.
Got back, lit a fire, read, wrote, chatted to our hosts on their return about their grand designs search. An omelette and salad à la Barry was just the thing. A evening by the fire; the hosts have retreated to their ...
... trail map for 1500 years and was originally walled, perched on the side of a steep valley. Great views ... amazing achievements. We walk up through the town, which is beginning to close down after summer boom time. There are amazing shapes to fit the location. Steep stairs everywhere. We walk to the top of the town and then through it to the other end to a tall, narrow chapel to Mary. The Mary cult was big in this area in ...
... with Pam. Both of us could not wait to get out of our hiking clothes. Our room was large overlooking a courtyard dripping in lovely wisteria. The TUB is worth noting for it was long, encased in expensive marble and offered not only soap but bubbles. I soaked for a long time in this luxury. Our final dinner was, of course, a gastronomic joy. I took pictures. It will be sad to say good-bye to this great ...
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