Thursday, 19 February 2009
LUNCH IN A MEDIEVAL MOAT
ALWAYS LOTS TO SEE AND DO
The countryside around Mezin, where we live, is literally peppered with places of interest. Several of the villages are officially listed in the guide book "The Most Beatiful Villages in France". Larresengle is just one of them. It's a tiny medieval village and it's so small that no cars can get through the gate - which is an arch through the walls - only pedestrians.
We always take art groups to paint at Larresengle. Apart from painting, they always take lots and lots of photos. Their plan is to tell their friends about having had lunch in a medieval moat.
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Posted by Ray Johnstone at 06:32