Le Vieux Logis
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... little English spoken but we did ok understanding the menu. Phil had his favourite, an entrecôte steak and I had duck breast both delicious and full of garlic. This was followed by profiteroles to share, my favourite. Oh yes and for good measure, a bottle!!! of very nice white wine. Tomorrow it's off to the coiffure for Tess, followed by a trip to a dealers, should be interesting! as they do not speak any English. So no more loitering outside the TIC to upload the ...
... English" country side, past a very pretty Gite and found another reference to the pilgrims way on a very old church, dated 1652 on the plaque. The church Notre Dame Des Neiges (Our Lady of the Snow) was built on the the route from Gourdon to Rocamadour. It was a delightful spot on a lazy bend with benches on the wide verges and so quiet. We are quite taken with nearly all the stone houses and barns etc, they all are so pretty and you are never quite sure if they are lived ...
... on the top of the hill. Apparently this fortress played an important part in the fights between the Plantagenets & Capets, (English & French). Gourdon is built on a hill of 860ft and overlooks the. Bouriane area and today the views were stunning. I had brought a fleece and scarf with me and Phil his Gillet and we were both boiled. From here we followed the tiny lanes and ...
Last day at Le Paradis. Karin and Ad, our Dutch friends leaving today to return to Holland having been at Le Paradis for three weeks. Final visit to Saint Genies market in the morning before returning to site. Had a final happy hour with Barbro, Terry, Jon and Gina.
Packing all completed ready for our not too far run to the Lot. Only about 40 miles and should take us about an hour and a half.
The last two days have literally been consumed with eating magnificent food in two Michelin One Star restaurants. Yesterday, we went to Tremolat for dinner and ate at Vieux Logis. We were treated like royalty and ate fabulous foie gras and duck cooked to perfection. We had a charming young man as our primary server which made the meal even more pleasurable.
Today we drove to Perigeaux and had lunch (we are conserving our financial resources) at L'Essential. It was ...