Le Pre Bossu
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... through the mountains and high lush valleys where pears, apples, nectarines and peaches are grown. We stopped on a small village at a market where we bought 4 month old cheese from the cheesecake and fruit and fresh bread which the girl in the bakery cut on half and down the centre - perfect picnic! Further in our travels we saw a castle type structure perched high in the hills - we stopped and hiked to the top - the Citadelle d'Entreveux - ...
... spectacular! You will see from photos, but of course they never do it justice. We left at 8.30 and got here at about 3 pm which wasn't bad, with a stop at a bar (for Amr to have some wifi really) and a lunch stop....munching on French bread and cheese is divine when you have been walking hard uphill. We are staying at a little guesthouse, B and B type place, with a very cheerful woman who was chatting and ...
... late as thought it was 7.30, but heard all the hustle and bustle, so came in time for the entree which was - yes again - lentil salad, and a delicious seafoody terrine. Followed by slabs of fatty pork (I can't remember the name of what it probably is - rather bacon-like) and sausage, with huge and yum roasted potato with a white cheese sauce, then a cheese plate of local cheeses, and a tinned (or not fresh) fruit salad. Quite fun and ...
... The emperor Napoleon III gave them to the bishop of Le Puy-en-Velay ...We climbed the many stairs inside it and had the view from the top! Amazing. It was the biggest statue in the world (I think) until the Statue of Liberty was built. Beautiful views of Le Puy and surrounds. Then we went to look at another high point. This one the Rocher Saint Michel d'Aiguilhe. This is a chapel dedicated to st Michel built in the 10th century, also ...
... cheeses and patisseries... So after coffee and a croissant there we actually caught a metro rather than walk - first to the train station where our train yesterday would have terminated (alas no hat at the lost property office!) then went on to the Museum of Arts Decoratif and Fabrics. This was a good decision, as the weather did exactly as predicted and started raining - just morning showers. Good and interesting museum, but have to admit ...