Sunday, August 17, 2014

Argentat Sur Dordogne In Corrèze

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It has not been all work here in the Auvergne this summer.  A few days ago, we took a day trip just a bit South of our house to discover some new places.  Our travel took us through Argentat on the shores of the Dordogne.
As many small historic towns here in France,  Argentat's old houses are beautifully preserved and the pride inhabitants take in preserving their past is remarkable.

On the way back, we stopped in Rocamadour to have dinner and to watch the sun set over the city.

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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Beautiful and evocative.

Anonymous said...

Actually no one cares.

What they do care about is the new "Carroll Gardens Market" in the old Mastellone's place. It's a definite step up from the former, short-lived occupant, but does not match Mastellone's, although it's close. The prepared food is all homemade and I can tell you that we have been enjoying it. People should definitely check it out.

maria m. said...

Anon 11:56 why all the negativity about Katia's French stories? I DO care, so please don't use the "no one cares." The world is bigger than Carroll Gardens, and I, for one, look forward to Katia's yearly French time. I get to go along! Thank you, Katia.

Katia said...

Thank YOU, Maria.