Kyriad Angouleme Nord Champniers
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Travel Blogs from Angouleme
... Eventually found our way to the N10, a duel carriageway for a hundred or km. Looked at the instructions to the campsite we had been given, hmmm 2 sets and neither of them coming in the way we are, this should be interesting! Having consulted 3 maps turned Miss Snooper off and navigated some small roads ( which as andy liked so much he drove!) I got us safely to our site around 2.15pm just ...
... up to its reputation. We parked at the base of the hill and walked up through the gate in the fortified walls to the top. There was a panoramic view out over the valley, and we could see limestone cliffs in the distance, and canoeists paddling serenely down the river below.
Honeycombing the stone under the village is a series of enormous limestone caves full of ...
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 ...
... They brought a suitcase full Daiso Store treasures from Singapore. From plastic freezer containers and soufflé dishes to oven mitts and tie wraps. Men after my heart. I love that store too and always find something I need and can't live without there. And at bargain-prices you just can't pass up.
Our last week in France was glorious weather. Spring flowers and cherry blossoms bloomed.
Mike and ...
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