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giovedì 1 marzo 2012

 Chateaux et foie gras (part two)


This week I want to show you the third and final part of the gastronomic tour that we did in France last summer, so I decided to join the first 2 posts to refresh your memory! 
In this post I will show you the wonderful photos that I made in Brantome, the so-called "Venice of Perigord" as lying at the bottom of a meander of the River Dronne and is crossed by five bridges.
What to visit:
. the Bell Tower of the Abbey Church: built on a rocky spur of 12 metres under which are open large caves;
. the ancient Abbey: which according to tradition was founded by Charlemagne

Must not miss in your visit also a stroll on the River with small electrical boats ;)    

During this stage we stayed at the Moulins de l'Abbaye, ivy-clad and situated in an enchanting position from which it enjoys one of the best views of the city.    

the river

the Abbey

le Moulin de l'Abbaye

the living room

the living room

the living room

The restaurant

the view during lunch

la patisserie!

le Moulin

le chat

10 commenti:

  1. Lovely photos! That trip looks like it was a dream, but France always looks like a dream to me!.

    1. thanks for finding me...i really love france!

  2. Bellissima e romantica cittadina.. anche il casale dove avete soggiornato mi sembra veramente incantevole!
    Un bacio

    1. ciao Francesca! è stata davvero una vacanza molto particolare, i posti incantati! Alcuni paesaggi e posti francesi hanno un'atmosfera unica..

  3. Le moulin de l'abbaye is a splendid place !!!

  4. Great photo's! You always stay at the most stylish places :-)!

    Madelief x

    1. i'm glad to hear that...thank you so much!

  5. Che luoghi incantati, che fortuna!! Davvero meravigliosi sembrano la cittadina di Belle de La bella e la bestia all'inizio! davvero magico!

  6. Ciao Selene, ti ho assegnato un Liebster blog award!! spero ti faccia piacere! scopri di più su


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