Travel Blogs from Severac-le-Chateau
... blossom trees flowering. Glorious. Such a contrast to the streets in shade most of the day. Come summer, it will all be stunning.
Why is it that Margaret will climb hills ( mountains, glaciers, tall buildings.....) but not go anywhere near the edge for the view ? You'd wonder why she made the effort !
When having to converse/reply in another language, Margaret's default language remains french. Makes for some interesting exchanges!
... br> And the torque of the turbo diesel DS3 certainly helps swallow the climbs. We are now averaging 4.6 litres/100 kms as the motor starts to free up, even while using the cruise control at 120 km/h on the Auto routes.
Apologies to those of you who have registered to receive our blogs. We weren't hitting all the right buttons when we post them on the website, but hopefully from now on we have got it sussed and you should get an email saying we have updated things.
... area and chatted for an hour. Lona got some lunch from the restaurant and I lay down to have a quiet read, and 50 winks. Lona walked back to the original coffee shop and took some photos.
There is no restaurant open here tonight but Linda has suggested she would cook us a meal, probably duck, looking forward to that.
Jess and Linda have just come back from a shopping spree to cater for their weekend ...
... 1998. It is a beautiful Medieval walled cty now expanding its belt consderably, but the old part is fascinating.
We will visit Roquefort for some cheese tomorrow and have a look at the fabulous but scary Millau Bridge, (Google it)
On Thursday we go north to near Clermont Ferand to stay a couple of days with Nicole & Feff, Sophie's parents. Saturdayit is Paris1and Monday the plane!!
CU all very soon.
David & Lona.
... a convoluted trail around what can only be described as dreary, to look at the odd old building. We came to the Place de la Citee and the need for coffee overcame us. We spotted a rather pleasant art deco style cafe calle Le Grand Cafe and dived in desperate for an injection of caffine to revive our flagging spirits. A delighful, charming young man (my description, Geoff just grunts when I mention his charms) served us with an efficiency that warrented a tip of almost a ...