My plan for today was to tour the villages along the Aveyron river. I began with St Antonin Noble Val. What a great name. Came from the Latin, Nobilis Vallis. And it is a beautiful valley.
The narrow medieval streets were still a bit chilly. So, despite the sweet cat
I decided to drive on. The next one was okay but didn’t call me to linger.
The third, Bruniquel, was my choice. It’s a tiny place running down the hill from its chateau. Right out of the parking place I found classic cars and a good bakery.
Up the hill there is no traffic and few people.
The chateau is quirky with a great view.
Truly a noble valley. After the French version of a bacon cheeseburger with fries, really good, outside with this view
I felt completely satisfied and came wandering home.