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... decipherer of hieroglyphics and consists of an elongated reproduction of the Rosetta Stone. In all, this town had some amazing medieval architecture.
Next we drove to Conques (pronounced Conk) which is a medieval town perched on a hillside but it has a particularly interesting church, Abbaye de Ste-Foy, because it has a sculpture above the entrance, a Tympanum, of the year 1135 depicting the Last Judgement with the devil in hell and Christ in Heaven at the central position and ...
... night with a glass of port.) Joni will write more about today’s wine tastings below.
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Joni’s Wine tasting notes: Our first stop was at a small family wine making business outside of a very small town. The woman giving us the tasting explained that although the business has been in the family for generations, they would be the last: ...
... medieval castle, very dark and and severe. The village itself was where some of the movie, 'Chocolat' was filmed but sadly we didn't catch a glimpse of Juliette Binoche.
Despite visiting so many castles, chateaux and fortresses, we enjoyed every one and never felt ho- hum about any. Always, we were moved by the amazing feats of construction and the conditions the people experienced in their lives. I marvelled at every set of stone steps worn in the ...
... the other: all in together. Even at a road house on the freeway when the queue at the ladies was too long, straight in to the men's they went. Nobody batted an eyelid. Some of the little villages around here are just like Rocamadour, built into the cliff face but on a smaller scale and with a big river at the bottom. We are now of to visit one of these towns called La Roc Gageac and have a look around. Having problems with photos again will try to add when we ...
... are highly restricted and have been decreasing over time; there's rumours that it won't be long until the public cannot visit these caves in order to preserve them. CO2 levels also limit how many people can be admitted on a daily basis. We were able to get tickets for Font de Gaume and Font de Combarelles.
Our 10:30 tour at Font de Gaume had 8 visitors. It is the last place where visitors can still see colour paintings. ...
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