Le Pigeonnier du Perron
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... to the hotel and got kinda lost on purpose again. Once I go one direction I can retrace my steps even days afterward. Today, I knew the general direction I wanted to go but I went too far without taking a right hand turn. Thankfully, I ran into a Hotel that’s kinda famous so I knew where I was. I passed some really beautiful buildings but I only took a picture of the Prefecture because there were fewer people around (pic 4). I try not to advertise that I’m a tourist if I can help ...
... So pretty much all I did today was go to church after church.
The first one I went to was dedicated to Saint Hilaire (bishop in 350 AD). Honestly, he seems kinda dull compared to the other saints I’ve run across on this trip. No destruction of villages or anything. He just wanted to have peace between the different factions of Christianity. I really liked the church as it was nearly empty (pic 2). It was a bit older so it wasn’t in ...
We moved east to stay at a small village called Nersac, which was close enough to visit Angouleme. Mostly motorway, there was a stretch of single carriageway road on which vehicles over 3.5t maxed at 80kph and were banned from overtaking. Ha! Neither of these restrictions appear to be heeded by lorry drivers.
The aire at Nersac was just by the police station. Electricity was provided, but a notice said that using it for heating was 'interdit'. How anyone could tell what ...
... we were able to see up close.
The privately owned Chateau of Touffou, parts of which date from the 1100s, was another excursion site. The manicured gardens are beautiful and we had the chance to explore ancient towers, prison cells and kitchens.
The Futuroscope is a theme park with the theme being technology and the future. This was an especially ...
... the town share for coffee. I was intrigued with the yellow raspberries - I couldn't resist purchasing some. Perfect lunch - I think we will all be cleaning our bodies for a few days after the amazing and food which was never ending. This was the first time macchiato was on the menu so I ordered one. I was rather surprised with what came out - a milky shot of coffee in a tall class filled to the brim with milk froth - with a straw and a long ...