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... port of call was to the Basilica of St Martin of Tours. This is a fairly modern building, started in the late 19thC and not completely finished until 1924 .This replaces the very old Basilica which was begun very very early to house the tomb of St Martin. This building was added to many times, until it became ...
After a very cold night we woke to a bright morning, with a hard frost and a pretty winter sunrise.
We walked into Souillac, and it was so cold I wore my 'Inca' hat! It is a nice little town and we went into the lovely 12 C Abbey.Church. We searched hard to find a boulangerie, and ended up having ...
... ships were constructed here as the French Empire established its territories and protected its interests at sea.
The main buildings of the corderie are in the process of being fully restored.
Really quaint little fishing huts and fishing boats all brightly coloured circling the harbor. We climbed the fortress walls.
The rain had lifted on the Atlantic coast but it starts to pour as we approach ...
... bed, incredibly comfortable and beautifully appointed. The bathroom with a lovely big tub for soaking and a separate dressing room. Beautiful decor.
We are all very tired from our long trip today and i quickly throw a salad together and cook some fresh fish in garlic butter and lemon. The bottle of peach wine i put into the fridge to cool falls out of the fridge door as i open it and smashes into hundreds of pieces. So we can strike that from our dinner menu. ...
... d call it; it was way too narrow to be an alley. Anyway, it was the church of St.-Florentin, a small and bare -- but functioning -- parish church. It had eight or ten stained glass windows, all dedicated to one "Our Lady" or another. I was particularly pleased to see Notre Dame de Chartres in one of the windows, and I definitely have a new appreciation for how the windows were put together and painted!
I got some lunch at a bakery called L'Horloge (The Clock): ...