The Capper Nomads Europe Adventure travel blog




After a lazy get up we headed into the largest big town around Limoges. Again the weather was dull grey and cold so really not in full tourist mode. The history of Limoges is based in the middle ages on the enamel industry and from the 18th century on fine porcelain china (the French equivalent of Stoke-on-Trent). Today only a small ceramic trade exists.

It was a pleasant city to walk around with some interesting odd buildings and of course plenty of nice cafes’s to get warm in and try the local patisseries. We find the French have a very laid back approach to dogs going in cafes and restaurants which makes it very easy with Daisy to go inside. Of course she gets all the attention!

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