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TripAdvisor Reviews Le Senechal Sauveterre-de-Rouergue
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We think there's a song title there. We have the camping car section to ourselves today and although we enjoy company, it is rather nice. We were going to sort out loads on the net today, but still no connection, so sorted out bedding and the usual "stuff" you might do at home. We took Tess for a walk and had decided that we CANNOT leave without more chestnuts, I have been boiling the ones ...
... a very big black cloud coming, we quickly got everything safely in and the wind picked up and WOW what a 15 minutes we had, it was biblical. We don't seem to be having much luck with our internet connections at sites. Bought a 24hr code to use when we returned to catch up with things, but no sooner had we got back than the electric went off and we had a thunderstorm, which it appears, has cut the phone lines and Internet!!!!!!! So another evening playing ...
... restaurants were built into and over arches, with cobbled walk ways. It was so pretty and you would think it was an old time film set, we were told you might expect to see the musketeers hanging out & you might. However, the good news is that it is a live and new shops & workshops were being created within old buildings just off the centre for local artisans. It really was a lovely place and so quiet, you felt as though ...
... a traditional shepherd's way of life, made from steel plates and a brilliant nuts & bolts sheep dog and look at the shepherds eyes! whose keeping a look out for Wolves etc from a dry stone building and his shelter was nearly the same. There was also a great view of the near by town with a monastery topping the hill. This town has no name!!!! Just about another hour & a half and we arrive at our proposed 3 ...
Great drive along an almost straight road to Figeac. We were warned to keep an eye out for speed traps as it is tempting to put your foot down.
The market is huge and very French. We have been to Sarlat market in the past on a Saturday and this is just as big but feels far less touristy. Big emphasis on local produce and not as much of the tourist tat you tend to get at Sarlat. Must admit we thought it was the ...