Les Terrasses De Labrau
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... demolished a plain croissant AND a chocolate croissant before hand!). We then headed to Chateau du Biron and had great fun climbing the towers and the parapets, marvelling at the thickness of the walls, and the beautiful parquetry floors in the suites. The chateau is in the Dordogne area and the first part was built in the mid 1100s, with many additions built over the following few centuries. The Gontaut-Biron family owned the chateau for ...
... stop was Cordes-Sur-Ciel, a small fortified Bastide town built in 1222, and perched high on a hill-top not far from Albi. It was considered the first of the Bastide towns in South West France, and was built to replace the village of Saint-Marcel which was burnt down by the troops of Simon de Montfort in 1215. It has the most gorgeous stone houses with wooden frames, which despite being centuries old are beautifully renovated. Our second stop was ...
It wasn't a cold night! A damp morning meant that it was fairly warm. The tap at the aire did not fit any of my connectors, so it was the aquaroll. We planned to get to Preignac. When we arrived, the aire was bollarded off and the water had been shut off. Presumably only open until end of September. So we went further along the Garonne to Cadillac. Small aire intended for 8 vans. Of course the French snuck more in, by parking ...
... chocolate...quelle choixe!
The chateau was very interesting to visit, with museum displays of furniture, paintings, kitchenware, library, wine cellar, etc set up in the rooms just as they were when built by the D'Aydie family in 1550. Chateau Monbazillac managed to come unscathed through the Wars of Religion (interestingly, it was a ...
... up after their dogs, and 'la poo-poo de chien' is everywhere!
As mentioned earlier, this blog and the nine days spent here will be supplemented by a few short blogs on the day trips we did, probably accompanied by scads of pictures, as we really did see and do some spectacular stuff! Eymet and the surrounding area will long live on in our memories of great things about France!