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... wind, not ideal for walking around but perfect for taking the scenic route to our next destination Saint Amand De Coly. It ended up being nearly a full day's drive as we stopped at every other little town on the way to have a look around. We finally arrived at Saint Amand De Coly in the early evening and checked into our B&B in a beautiful restored farmhouse. We were staying here three nights, but on first impressions of the area three nights didn't look like it would be ...
... br> Luckily the road to Rodez was clear, along the Lot valley, and on to Figeac, and then to Gourdon.
We had visited Gourdon about 5 years ago , when we had a caravan, and had seen the MH Aire.
We liked Gourdon very much. We got settled in the Aire and although it was bitterly cold, went for a walk around the town and up to the ...
Today is Sunday and we began our day with a sleep in after our late night on Saturday. It was a very relaxing morning and just before lunch we decided to jump in the car and drive north to Collognes la Rouge abut 130km away. However, before we go it was time for brunch, our first stop was the bakery in our town which is well known in the area for its excellent quality. We were all wanting a croissant but unfortuntley because we ...
... guessed from the title of this entry Rocamadour is well known for its pilgrimage and has been a christian holy site since the 10th century, however, there is evidence that the area was used for worship as far back as the stone age due to cave paintings found in the rock caves around the town. Pilgrimage to the town started in 1156 after the well preserved remains of St Armadour were found. It is believed that St Armadour was married to St Veronica and ...
... not unlike Mesa Verde in the 4 corners area. By the 14th century there was a church and a manor house. All this is built on a ledge overlooking the river Vezere. Access was only through a narrow staircase and the street was little more than a footpath. The cliffs were the back of the buildings although by the 14th century they had spread out and built stone walls with arrow slits ...