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... I hit a shop with baskets. We are the three with basket fetishes apparently. Although one of my friends with me also was a shoe lady. Now I have a basket too! How I will get it and the hatbox from yesterday home is still a mystery but I will manage it somehow. And I am managing to fill up my basket with other shopping. what fun. I end up with some woad hand cream and some natural soaps, some sausages and other such lovely things.
... of nowhere. The imposing Abby was impressive sitting next to a river. Worked out that it was closed on Friday mornings and open again at 2pm. Enjoyed taking photos outside and Charlotte liked the swans on the moat.
Drove on th Cordes sur Ciel, an impressive medieval town, perched on a hill this time rather than down in a valley like a lot of the other ones we had visited. Parked the car at the bottom ...
We decided to not have a big driving day as Craig had a very sore neck. Dave and
Christina headed off to Albi and we headed for Villafranche de Rouergue where there was a big Thursday market. A larger town again with a square with ancient arcades around its sides which lent itself well to a market. Many stallholders who had been at the larger Saint Anton Val Noble market although this one was ...
... to the tower up a total of 119 steps. One of the things we loved about the ruins was it had not been spoiled by glass barriers or any barriers at all and very few signs around the place. One of the best chateau castle ruins we had visited. The town itself is a photographers dream with stunning views and beautiful streets and houses at every turn. Found a patisserie at the top where we bought a local specialty sweet bread loaf called Fouace. ...
... with the Mayor of Loze. He was elected last year - has to have 11 others elected with him and as two wanted to stand for Mayor that was 22 out of a population of 126 in the commune of Loze. The girls had stayed behind at the watermill. Christina put together toasties for dinner and also had salad, bread and cheese sitting outside in the warm with a glass of red wine and finishing with dark chocolate. This is the life.