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  1. Lindylou
    7th November 2020 @ 8:44 am

    What a beautiful place Marmande looks Beth, I bet you coukd spend a full day just wandering and takibg in the culture and history.
    Those cakes looks wonderful and I would be torn between the Lemon and Strawberry tarts….maybe havibg to have both.
    Another wonderful blig post, thank you xx


  2. Vallypee
    7th November 2020 @ 11:04 am

    What a lovely place, Beth! You certainly know how to make the most of your excursions. Even if the clock is a bit incongruous, the square is magnificent and that church is glorious. It looks a charming town altogether. As for you yummy snacks, divine doesn’t even come close! Thank you so much for taking us there with you.


  3. Beth Haslam
    7th November 2020 @ 12:01 pm

    Much of it really was very beautiful, Lindylou. You're right, we would love to go back to learn more about the town's history. Ha ha ha, I wouldn't blame you having a helping of both tarts, we ended up sharing! Thanks so much for reading my blog. 🙂 xx


  4. Beth Haslam
    7th November 2020 @ 12:02 pm

    Thanks so much for reading my yarn, Val. You're right, that square was magnificent, as were many of the other buildings in that sector. Oh, but those cakes, honestly they were something else! 😀


  5. aka Lydia
    7th November 2020 @ 7:16 pm

    I love European architecture. Here in Canada, there's a tendency to demolish old buildings and build ugly modern ones. Thanks for sharing those pics.


  6. learntravelitalian
    8th November 2020 @ 3:17 am

    Lovely post! And what a fun outing. Learned something about tomatoes and those tarts look amazing! Will have to share with my Italian friends for the tomatoes and my French friends for the tarts.


  7. Beth Haslam
    9th November 2020 @ 8:12 am

    I must say I'm a huge fan of European architecture too, Lydia. Thanks so much for reading the blog, I'm so glad you enjoyed the pics. 🙂


  8. Beth Haslam
    9th November 2020 @ 8:14 am

    Thank you very much. Actually, we learned lots about tomatoes on this outing too! Heh heh heh, I hope your Italian and French friends enjoy this taste of my corner of France too.


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