Manoir du Grand Vignoble
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Hot tub
- Breakfast Available
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Not quite so hot today, just 27c. After breakfast we drove to Belvès a medieval town just 20 minutes drive away. The first thing we saw was a group of school children, it made Dave's day! We learned that the covered market in the middle of the town is 15th century. There is a pilori chain on one of the pillars (though we didn't see it). This was put round the heck of ...
... on market days, it brings us all out of the woodwork. By 3pm we went back up the hill to our gíte to recover by the pool. Dave had a kip while I read. A BBQ later to finish up the kebabs and burgers, Dave was glad to see the back of the liver kebabs, I quite liked them. We got a bit hot and uncomfortable, so sat in the shade to recover before walking back down to L'union for a glass of ...
Had our usual croissant breakfast here..weather wonderful so set off to LesEyzies to see the prehistory museum which we did not see 40 years ago. Great building set into the rock with fabulous displays..English explanations on sheets in each room.so many finds in this area due to the rocks, caves etc,used as residences. Good explanations of flint making, lifestyles and general life.Animals bones and skeletons.Three floors of displays which would be a ...
The best day yet. 24c and plenty hot enough for us. We had breakfast by the pool before walking down to the town. Picking a couple of fresh figs off the tree as we passed...delicious. A grand créme at Cafe de l'union while we watched the world go by. Such a lovely day, we walked beside the river Vézère and Dave fed the ducks...it's amazing how many friends you can make with a old bit of dried bread! Further along is ...
Breakfasted. Croissants a bit overcoloured possibly as the baker drunk after last nights festivities. Many noises outside and wandered to centre of town to see market stalls selling contents of garages and attics.prices excellent.1 euro for a small pretty crystal clock was a find. Big crowd all having a good time eating and drinking an perusing the stalls. Looked seriously at a ...