Le Claux de Serignac
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... kiosks of fast food (not) were set up down the main street. There was escargot, crepes with ice cream, BBQ chicken, pasteries. We went for the escargots, delicious! Met more people through our new found friends, Sylvia & Margot. Sat. night we danced to a local popular French group at the town's soccer field. Tables lined the Main Street for a huge garage sale with ...
... a turning to a very nice sounding MH aire.
It turned out that the village, Najac, is another of'' the most beautiful villages in France' It is situated on the side of a steep hill, with a castle and church right at the top.
The MH aire is right at the bottom, on the banks of the river Aveyron, just before it goes into a gorge.
... br> The walk took us past many fields of golden yellow corn - wheat, oats and barley. We passed a small chateau, disturbed a deer and saw lots of wild flowers. but really just a pleasant country walk.
Rob watched some football and we made preparations for our day out tomorrow.
It rained nearly all day and all night in the Pyrenees. it was such a shame. The GR11 walking route and other easier routes ran right through the campsite. When we woke up the skies were grey and mist was covering the mountains. As we were getting ready to move on we heard the sound of cow bells. The ...
So after a few days of just riding and walking around Themines, we decided to head for Padirac to join the throngs of tourists who are attracted to an underground river that can be navigated by boat and explored on foot. We descended 103 metres to get to the river and then did half a km on the river by ...
- Swimming pool
- Free parking