Le Relais du Touron
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- Swimming pool
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... snowing at Clermont Ferrand. We had already planned to turn off to Rodez, just after Millau, where no snow was indicated.
As we climbed up the first bends it was obvious there had been heavy overnight snow. The road had been treated and was clear, but now and then a lane was closed for ice. it was still windy but not as bad as the day ...
Today is Sunday and we began our day with a sleep in after our late night on Saturday. It was a very relaxing morning and just before lunch we decided to jump in the car and drive north to Collognes la Rouge abut 130km away. However, before we go it was time for brunch, our first stop was the bakery in our town which is well known in the area for its excellent quality. We were all wanting a croissant but unfortuntley because we ...
... guessed from the title of this entry Rocamadour is well known for its pilgrimage and has been a christian holy site since the 10th century, however, there is evidence that the area was used for worship as far back as the stone age due to cave paintings found in the rock caves around the town. Pilgrimage to the town started in 1156 after the well preserved remains of St Armadour were found. It is believed that St Armadour was married to St Veronica and ...
... for defensive reasons. The town is something to behold and it is hard to describe in words your first impressions when you are driving along the valley below near the river and round a bend and then straight above you is this magnificent medieval town. The weather was cold and cloudy, but it did not stop us from getting out and exploring.
We are so glad we have decided to come in winter as the town was so quiet and peaceful and we think we saw only ...
... the Roman times when it was founded in the 1st Century. A lot of the buildings in the town are from the medieval times and town is described as a medieval city with a number of houses from the 14th century still standing and habitable.
Two of the highlights of our trip was walking over the majestic Valentre Bridge. This bridge spans the Lot river and was built between 1306 and 1380. The bridge has ...