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... getting in four of them (Les Junies, Albas, Belaye & Grezels). Albas was our fave as it was super quaint & so so pretty. Tuesday was our rest day spent at the local watering hole then a refreshing swim in the neighbors pool before heading home for a duck dinner and an early night. Couldn't work out why we were so tired! Today was amazing as we drove to Rocamodour which is a beautiful town built on the side of ...
Lovely relaxed start to the day with brekky in our courtyard before heading out to another medieval town about half an hours drive away. Sounds easy but some of the roads are definitely challenging especially when we lose the invaluable middle line. After far too long on rural roads (thank goodness Lindy was driving!) we eventually wound our way up to Gourdon which is so pretty. We walked all around, inspected yet another church, said ...
... festivities underway in the city - coloured flags and bunting against the azure colour of the Mediterranean sea, it is no wonder this is the playground for many to enjoy. After a tour of the city, and with a stop on the way back to Eze, a gorgeous French village (separate blog on the way) we returned to Monaco, specifically Monte Carlo in the evening to celebrate Pat's birthday in style. We ate dinner in the old casino, a lavishly built and decorated interior which reminded me ...
... without using it coz you don't know when your next one will become available may need to be challenged. From holes in the floor in public toilets found in Lake Annecy (stunk to high heaven - and where DO you flush?) forced to use because, well, you just have to go. Or other places you give up on - a unisex toilet that must have been designed by a man in Poitiers (later on tour) - you walk into three urinals in the corner opposite a cubicle for the women, so ...
... After some walking and a few hitches, I make it into Autillac. I buy a hammock, compass, lightweight cutlery and inflatable pillow in the Decathlon. I start walking toward Maurs. Then all of a sudden a truck stops offering me a lift. I'm more than happy to take his offer. We have really hard time communicating and that seems to upset the driver. I get out just before Maurs. I walk to a campsite in Maurs and call it a ...