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CHECK OUT OUR NEW BLOG AT https://stuandamanda.wordpress.com Calais - Conelles - Saint Amand De Coly Wednesday April 1st Left sunny Wragby around lunch time heading for France and beyond. We were traveling over to France on the Chunnel, we'd used this before a few years back and not a lot had changed, remarkably it's been open twenty years already. We turned off the motorway and headed for the self check in booths, there were ones on the right of the lane for ...
... go on to Souillac and the Aire there.
We had a very pleasant journey there and enjoyed the view over the Dordogne as we dropped down into the valley and crossed the river.
The MH Aire is near the campsite, just off the centre of town. it is large and flat and we joined 5 other MH;s and settled down for a very cold night.
... as well as play on a glass enclosed carousel that Kate and Roy really enjoyed. It has become clear that most towns hold some significant historical moment in history and always tied to a religious event. Sarlat is another beautiful town and well worth the visit if you are ever in the area.
This coming week we hope to fit in some snow play and perhaps go back to Toulouse to visit the aircraft museum and the Resistance Museum.
... last Station leading to a cave where a sanctuary depicting Jesus being laid in the tomb has been carved into it.
The next stop was the Chateau where Roy and Nathan made their entry to explore what was on the other side of a large fence and were treated to views over the town and surrounding area.
We could have spent much longer at Rocamadour and are very glad we have visited in winter as there were only a handful of other tourists in the ...
... Wednesdays and Saturdays are market days where the streets are filled
with fine, french local products, food and wine.
We picked up olives, goats cheese, dried strawberries and baguettes for lunch.
Already the feel of France is positive. There seems to be more people who speak English, larger supermarkets and department stores, although a little more expensive.
In our wandering on the first ...