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... and stalacmites. Jo and I did the tour, and were blown away by the scale and the grandeur of the caves. I've never seen anything like it.
From there we headed northeast to the village of La Roque Gageac, which sits at the base of those limestone cliffs we saw earlier, and is in fact built into them. We thought Domme was spectacular... this was ...
We decided to get some miles under us and made a big jump north to this delightful village. There was a very popular aire, and we squeezed between two English vans. This resulted in an evening of natter and wine making for a very pleasant night. Next morning we trotted into the village for the daily baguette, viewed the chateau and the very attractive river. So many lovely places in France. We shall never see them ...
... of the porous nature of the oak barrels (they call this "the angels' share") which equates to about 20 million bottles per year! The walls and ceilings of the cellars are covered with a tiny black fungus which thrives on the evaporated cognac.
The site we stayed at was a 4th generation family-based vigneron and producer of eau-de-vie (the precursor to cognac) which they sell to both Hennessy and Remy-Martin, and they ...
... March 14, 2014 AU REVOIR TO FRANCE
When I came downstairs, Mike had made a run to boulangerie and fresh croissants and baguettes were set out on the breakfast table. Both Mike and John had had a solid night sleep and were full of energy.
They expressed how pleased they were with the cleanliness of the house and loved the flowers. Harriet didn't leave Mikes side while Humphrey was out on the ...
... least, and gusty wind. The town seemed deserted. The château was closed for the winter and most restaurants were closed too. Plenty of parking at small plaza in the center of town.
A château belonging to the La Rochefoucauld family has been on this site since the 11th century. The present château began in the mid-15th century with its five conical shaped towers and watchtower, capped ...
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