Chateau Ormes de Pez
Travel Blogs from Saint-Estèphe
... Bright Yellow Wattle). Really pretty old town with pedestrianized streets and delicious little patissiers. Although it's amazing how it can all just close up for 2 hours in the middle of the day!! After this, to keep in theme we travelled down to a Duck/Goose Farm to stay for the night in the country. Stinky all right! Ella enjoyed introducing her ducky to all it's ...
must of been there. Hardest being seeing the cemetary/memorial, where
entire families were wiped out. Still no reason why this
happened...absolutely shocking, and still such things go on today.
After quite a depressing morning we travelled onto Limoges where we
finally sorted our Gas and onwards to our campsite for the ...
... into absolutely EVERYTHING...utterly fearless. He's an Adventurer for
sure. Seeing behind the scenes where our milk comes from was really
great, especially being able to explain it all to Ella. But you can
really see how it must be a struggle. The small price we pay for
milk, and ALL the work that goes into it, and the pressure it puts on
these families.... We kind of found our own work as working on the
dairy we ...
The morning broke with less fog – we could actually see the Dordogne River today.
We're off to the little ancient walled village of Domme today. This quaint town sits upon a large mountain with spectacular views. We started on the road from Beynac to Domme but needed to deviate off the chosen route as the usual road was closed due to road works. We took a punt and followed a narrow road hoping it would lead in the right ...
... for the death of a German officer in a nearby village. A new village was built after the war on a nearby site but on the orders of the then French president, Charles de Gaulle, the original village has been maintained as a permanent memorial and museum. Our visit to the village was very moving and ...