The Halle – very quiet when I took this photo – very busy every Sunday morning for the local Market!
One of the old cobbled streets to wander around.
Just near the Halle. Little shops under the canope.
Walking up towards the Halle.
A local baker here!
Time for a cup of coffee and a sandwich!
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The Tour de France is in our region this coming summer! Always an event to look forward to, the most difficult desition is where to go to get the best view – worth trudging up a steep hill, they don’t go quite as fast as usual.
5 minutes drive from Chez Mackenzie, or if you feel like a bit more excercise you can take a good country walk there – a leisurely 2-1/2 to 3 hours (and then you have to walk back again), but at least there is a lovely bar restaurant at Penne to have a drink and a bite to eat!
Albi is truly worth a visit – the town is about 40 minutes drive from Chez Mackenzie. The cathedral St. Cécile is quite magnificent and next door is the Toulouse Lautrec Museum. Also lots of restaurants and shopping!
Here is a little movie I found on youtube to give you a quick guide to Albi – with English subtitles!
A beautiful early October morning in St. Antonin-noble-val. The river Aveyron plays a dominant part in the scenery of this beautiful town.
St. Antonin-noble-val is our local town, just 10 minutes drive from ‘Chez Mackenzie’.
Yes, this really is the month of OCTOBER!