La Peyrecout Gites
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... rounded education. We are kicked out at noon and head to a back street for lunch. We’ve learned the places near the tourist stops are overpriced and generally not as good. We stop in for a sandwich and order an American beef. It comes with small ground beef patties along a baguette covered with fries. Good thing we only ordered one to share!
The Sainte Cecile Cathedral was ...
... Paleolithic people lived here followed by religious hermits. Then in 1152 Abbot Geraud of Escorailles is in charge. In 1166 an extremely well preserved body of a hermit (Saint Amadour) is discovered. Since 1172, 126 miracles have been recorded and so began a time of great pilgrimages and economic prosperity. Seven chapels were built into the hillside with the donations that flow in from the pilgrims. A staircase of 229 steps were built ...
Set off to Puycelsi in search of Sunday lunch. Beautiful medieval fortified village on top of a hill with wonderful views. Only restaurant open is fully booked so we just have a potter around before heading off. Next stop Lisle-sur-Tarn, another bastide town, medieval and fortified. 17th Century arcades all round the market square where we find a very late ...
We leave the dogs at home and head to Albi centre, the Cathedral de Sainte Cecile. Cannot take photos but amazing inside. Every surface is painted, not a bare stone anywhere. Hundreds of statues lining the screens and the choir. Outside all red brick like all the other medieval buildings in Albi and the region. Home to collect the boys ...
Lovely coffee stop in Lescure, sitting by one of the 11th Century town gates with its 19th Century clock. On to Franciscan priory and 12th Century shrine, Notre-Dame de la Dreche. Looks very like Albi cathedral if smaller. Built at the same time and seemingly to a similar design. Both look like a bundle ...