Hotel le Clement V
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... Although they never fought head to head. The English ruled Aquitaine after Eleanor of Aquitaine married Henry II, King of England. The castle owners always seemed to be on the losing side of every conflict. The earliest record is in the 13th century when Simon de Montfort took it from the Cathar Bernard de Casnac who eventually took it back. During the Hundred Years War it was loyal to the Plantagenets (British) ...
... of 12 is mostly French and the tour is in French. We don’t get much background but the art speaks for itself. The animals are grouped or lined up and look like they are moving. The images are quite large, a bison might be 2 feet by 3 feet, painted red or black and have a quite detailed head and clear outline. They were painted about 15,000 years ago. The light is pretty dim to preserve the paint and I now have a ...
... look for a patisserie for a special treat during the day. Today we had an éclair. Nobody makes them like the French.
After a week of glorious weather, Sunday is cold and wet. There’s no Quaker meeting so we stay in, work on airline reservations and research Portugal. We got our tickets to Morocco and booked a flight to Las Vegas to take the shuttle to St. George for March 18th. We also booked our last ...
... lowered from the ceiling. When she died he buried her in a vault in the wall. The story is true and I can imagine why she would want to haunt the place.
We head home, being careful on the narrow winding roads. We’ve seen a lot of smashed up cars. Head on collisions seem to happen frequently. The main roads aren’t bad but the French drive fast and on a narrow road they are often across the line – if there is ...
... to the public until next spring. I’m glad we stopped.
Our last stop is at the troglodyte village of La Madeleine. This prehistoric settlement was discovered by Edouard Lartet and Henry Christy in 1863. Parts of it date to 17,000 years ago when prehistoric people lived in the caves. Over time they added walls and fortifications so that by 800 AD when the Vikings were coming up the river they had ...