At the beginning of November, I went to the Midi-Pyrénées region in France for the first time. I was staying in a tiny town called Goujounac and briefly visited Cahors (check out the bridge) and Monpazier (the archways). Along the way I also went to a few brocantes (note the camera and the wheels of a baby carriage) and tasted regional wine and cheese! Enjoy.IMG_4505IMG_4585 IMG_4528IMG_4608IMG_4594img_4510IMG_4538 IMG_4541IMG_4473IMG_4556IMG_4479IMG_4507IMG_4535 IMG_4496IMG_4545 IMG_4482IMG_4478IMG_4540IMG_4529


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