Day 32    

   I don't know how he did it but Paul guided me right to a parking spot under a tree who's story (and everything has a story!) says that it was planted in the early 16th century. Magically it stopped raining and when we were walking around we only saw a few people here and there.

  The streets are all made of rounded stone and no matter how old you are, it'll wear you down in no time. No wonder the Middle ages were a tough time. Fight a war for some years and then kill yourself just going down the street to the bakery.
 
preparing tonights fish, with Galette for sale

Camera: Nikon N90s   film: Fuji

Touring the village

Camera: Nikon N90s   film: Fuji
    We stopped to buy 4 slices of a tart the village is known for, Galette de Perouges, for dessert back at home that night. As we turned the corner all of a sudden I saw tons of people. It's amazing how 40-50 people will fill a square and I smelled a tour bus. We walked around a little bit more, got in the car and dodged the folks on the organized tour and sure enough, there were two buses parked outside. >>
     

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