July 27, 2009

France: Lot-et-Garonne

A 1295 km (805 miles) from our home town in the Netherlands, my dear hubby and I had a wonderful vacation in France in Lot-et-Garonne.
The Lot-et-Garonne lies immediately south of the Dordogne, apx. ninety minutes from the Atlantic coast and a little over two hours from the Spanish border.
We stayed in Castelmoron-sur-Lot, a small village in the southwest of France. From there we visited several places.
Here are some (quilt) inspiring pictures I took:


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A beautiful door in Nérac, the old town of King Henry the IV.

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Panoramic view on Monflaquin, the bastide village in a landscape reminiscent of Tuscany.

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Inviting in Clermont-Dessous.

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The water garden Latour-Marliac in Le Temple-sur-Lot.

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The sunny mosaics from the Gallo-Roman village Villascopia


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