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2 Responses to Contact

  1. Margot Lydon says:

    Bonjour Vanessa, we discovered the Aveyron region by accident 12 years ago and have been spending 2 weeks every summer in a Gite near Villefranche de Rouerge ever since! I have been following your blog for the past 4 years and have found it very interesting and informative( we had a wonderful lunch in Bach this year) . Having someone write about a specific area in such detail is really good. This year we left just before that heavy rain but had to cope with driving to Cherbourg in temperatures of 35C and no A/C working on our journey home to Ireland – something to be said for Irish weather after all. We love the Aveyon region and thanks to your excellent blog we are finding more and things to do and learning about all those little things the guide books leave out.
    Many thanks Vanessa

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    • nessafrance says:

      Thank you for your lovely comments, Margot – and for following the blog for so long! Once people discover Aveyron, they are usually enchanted, but it’s an area that is little known outside France. It takes someone who lives in a place to tell you the things you can’t find in the guide books. We live in Tarn-et-Garonne, only a few kms from the border with Aveyron, but I have a great attachment to the latter. I’m so sorry to hear about your nightmare journey with no air cond. I don’t know what we did before cars were equipped with it – just stoically put up with it, I suppose. Thank you again for your kind words and I will try to pick out some more local attractions before your next visit.

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