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  1. Lindylou
    1st August 2020 @ 4:26 pm

    Wow Beth what a culture trip that was. Beautiful architecture and the view from the roof is amazing as is the interior of the church, well worth the hike and screaming thighs. Lol. Captured for prosperity in your beautiful photographs. Thank you xx

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  2. Nancy McBride
    1st August 2020 @ 7:40 pm

    Thanks for the effort to take me exploring to places my silly legs would not allow! Very interesting! I’d love the marketplace!

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  3. aka Lydia
    1st August 2020 @ 11:10 pm

    Coming from a "new" country, Canada, one of my favourite things (well, two of my favourite)in Europe is the history and architecture. How wonderful you were able to explore this unexpected location. Bummer about the parcel, though.

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  4. Amy M. Reade
    2nd August 2020 @ 5:33 pm

    This was such a delightful post. Traveling to France is on my lifelong to-do list, and I've learned so much from your blog posts and from your social media posts. The photos are lovely, the text is fascinating, and the experience must be enchanting. How blessed you are to live among such history! We here in the US do not have that luxury.

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  5. Beth Haslam
    2nd August 2020 @ 6:53 pm

    Bless you, Lindylou, thanks so much for reading it. I am so glad I did go for an explore, as you saw, it was definitely worth it – and I'm sure my thighs will stop screaming eventually! :/ xx

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  6. Beth Haslam
    2nd August 2020 @ 6:55 pm

    It's my pleasure, Nancy, thank so much for reading it. I'm sure those steps were intended for Ibex goats, nevertheless the views were worth it. You would love the marketplace, it is a truly remarkable building! 😀

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  7. Beth Haslam
    2nd August 2020 @ 7:00 pm

    Well, if you enjoy European history, Lydia, I'm so glad you saw the blog, thank you for reading it. Luckily, the parcel contained a pair of inexpensive garden sandals, so if I don't receive them the world won't fall in. I'm so glad I decided to have a potter about, though. It truly is a fascinating town. 🙂

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  8. Beth Haslam
    2nd August 2020 @ 7:03 pm

    Gosh, Amy, I am so grateful to you for taking the time to read my posts, thank you. We genuinely feel extremely privileged to live here in France. It is a beautiful country steeped in the most remarkable history, a tiny snippet of which I related to you in this blog. We love it! 🙂

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  9. Vallypee
    2nd August 2020 @ 8:03 pm

    What a fabulous place, Beth. I loved being on tour with you and giggled over your mask-muffled exchanges. That view is stupendous and the church is quite glorious. And you got a workout into the bargain. That said, I do hope your parcel turns up, contrary to their expectations! Thank you for a lovely post.

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  10. learntravelitalian
    3rd August 2020 @ 6:24 am

    Lovely post! Thank you so much for the walking tour!

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  11. Beth Haslam
    3rd August 2020 @ 8:15 am

    Heh heh heh, thanks for reading it, Val, finally, I have found something else to blame my appalling linguistics skills on rather than myself! Beaumont is a truly remarkable town, I'll be going back for another explore soon. 🙂

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  12. Beth Haslam
    3rd August 2020 @ 8:17 am

    It's a great pleasure, Kathryn, I'm so glad you enjoyed it. 🙂

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  13. Himawan Sant
    22nd August 2020 @ 2:25 pm

    It's really very beautiful detail building l'eglise Notre Dame de l'Assomption …, I was amazed to see its beauty. Very lucky you can see it in person.

    Thank you for showing us the beauty. Greetings from Indonesia.

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  14. Beth Haslam
    22nd August 2020 @ 7:12 pm

    Hello Himawan, thank you for reading my blog, it was my pleasure to share these photos. Yes, the church is extraordinary, I loved it. I must go back to have a closer look one day. 🙂

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