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... We are staying at an actual Chateau for 2 nights now. It is called the Chateau de la Fleunie. Silly name, but a beautiful Chateau on a hill, overlooking farmlands. It has a large swimming pool, which I used today. Not like I'm used to at home, 84 degrees, but about 72 degrees. Cold , but refreshing. We had dinner in the restaurant and will head out tomorrow to see some ancient cave paintings in a nearby ...
... all downhill - and we were presented only with a few undulating hills and plenty of good descents. We made fantastic time to Souillac and our luggage and rooms were ready waiting. I was in a different part of the hotel this time - I had a suite with a king sized bed and a single and a bathroom and separate toilet. The room was above the restaurant. There was a bus load of Dutch tourists also staying at the hotel. While unpacking my luggage ...
... as we pulled in and a lovely outdoor dining area. There were also two silky terriers that went from guest to guest in the restaurant. We are pretty used to dogs being everywhere now. This is the first time we have been provided with an English only menu - usually the menus are in French with the English translation underneath. The menu had a lot of seafood and we were all quite excited about it. Sue and Jan ordered oysters and Peter and I ordered scallops ...
... and chilli. We say outside under a tree with a couple of other diners. There was only one waitress working so she was flat out. It was a lovely setting. There was a goose gizzard tart for entree but I decided to give it a miss and went for a black ham chiffon are with a cherry chutney and chilli - delicious but too much ham. We did have some fun coming up with reasons for why it was called black ham - decided it was because it was a black pig! Main was a fish ...
... The wine maker was lovely and had great English. The setting was quaint and simple. She uses terracotta pots for the wine making process and only has a very small crop of vines. A very boutique winery - Domaine de la Voie Blanche On leaving the winery there was a steep uphill but then it was all downhill. We stopped in Campange and looked for a picnic sport. We hadn't had lunch and we were getting a little ...