Logis Le Bailliage
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... covered about 350 kms do the day, and it would take a few days to see most of the region in greater depth.
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... to my words but if you can imagine old stone castles on top of the hills, dairy cows grazing on the rolling green pastures and two Aussies getting fat eating cheese you'd be close to the mark. It was another great day driving around the back roads and discovering little villages and unexpected sights. Set in amongst old volcanoes the area is rich in scenery and soil- makes a good combination for eating cheese. Stopping off at Saint Nectaire, we felt ...
... out for the week, and a couple from Australia on a 6 month tour of Europe. It was great touching base with them.
Tomorrow I plan to visit Amboise but knew it was too far to reach today (France is huge!), so I made my way to Laval and have stopped here for the night. In my effort to loose one weight this trip I have stopped for a pint and a burger, not sure where I read about this diet but it seems very nice!
Aurillac. You probably have never heard of it. In France we mainly (if not only) know it as 'the blue dot in the middle of France'. Blue in reference to the forecast maps. And as I have just learned, it is the capital of the umbrella. So guess what...it rains quite a bit. I got lucky, it didn't rain while I was there.
The main purpose of my visit was to see my friend from ...
... bought a combined ticket with the museum there “Le Thot”, which was very interesting and was combined with a sort of farm to show the animals which appeared in the art work-except for the mammoth for obvious reasons. We then went to a real cave (as Lascaux II is an exact replica of the original cave-which was ...