Travel Blogs from Sauveterre-de-Rouergue
... at Café Riche we enjoyed the food market – yummy fruit and vegetables, garlic, we bought several yummy cheeses, and saucissones, plus some cherries, bread and loads of nougat. We had a picnic lunch in the children's park. I also bought two tea towels and some Callissons! We then walked back and tried to drive to Chateauneuf de Pape. However ...
... and it was a delight to walk around the lovely old streets.
we both agreed it was a lovely place.
Walking down the very steep cobbles was almost as hard as walking up!
We went back to the MH for lunch and then set off for our next stop. We were heading for a campsite in Villefranche e Rouergue. First we missed our turning ...
... congenital bone condition, and after he broke both legs at a young age, his legs never grew properly again, hence his restricted height.
After he died at a young -ish age , partly due to his poor health and partly to his alcohol addiction (mainly absinthe) his Mother offered all his ...
... br> The walk took us past many fields of golden yellow corn - wheat, oats and barley. We passed a small chateau, disturbed a deer and saw lots of wild flowers. but really just a pleasant country walk.
Rob watched some football and we made preparations for our day out tomorrow.
... into Albi. There was a stretch of several kilometres of loose chips from a chip-seal operation that looked like it was laid down just a bit earlier today and a few tunnels, but the longest ones were well lit and the road surface in the tunnels was as smooth as it gets.
We pulled into our hotel at Vigan square just before 3pm. Jill lead us to the van for our bags and then we hung our with her and Barry and some cold beer and potato chips for a ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet