Tuesday, 28 October 2014

Gallo Roman Baths Chassenon. France - Dreamin of France

Sorry to have been away so long and
thank you for all you fabulous comments,
great to know I still have readers. 
It is now 5 months since my visit to
Diane and Nigel in France. (unbelievable!!)
 Work, family
and computer problems have taken up
a lot of my time.
I have not finished with blogging , just taking my time.
This is not always a good idea as  you lose readers.
I hope you are still out there.
If you are in this area and would like
a very interesting trip out , I would
highly recommend it. 

After visiting the baths you can take a walk on around the paths which are numbered.
So much to see!!

Cassinomagus was an ancient Gallo-Roman town and you can visit one of the best preserved baths in Roman Gaul. It  was only recently that the 2000 year old archaeological remains were discovered near the sleepy little village of Chassenon.

The baths  are amongst the best in the Western Roman Empire making Cassinomagus a major Roman archaeological site in France but also of European importance.


I haven't given you all the history obviously, so much to learn.
Found this interesting site putting the history into a

There are also gardens to walk around , with unusual plants and
Inventions from the past.

A great place to visit if you are in this area
Unfortunately it is now not open to the public until Spring 2015.
Info on this link
Hope you are still interested , sorry if I have been so out of touch!!
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  1. Looks like a very interesting place. I have pinned it as a reminder if and when I next get to France.

    1. Hi Jackie , I think you would like it , as you are into history and you would enjoy it. I am glad that Diane and Nigel took me to see .

  2. It is an amazing place Anne, so glad that you enjoyed it. What really surprises me is that each time we visit they have found so much more to see, Not a place to say 'been there done that' :-) Glad your computer is back up and running and love your post. Take care have a good week Diane xox

  3. What an awesome site/sight, Anne. I see it is just west of Limoges where I visited the famous factory there and bought myself a beautiful vase. Unfortunately, I was on a tour and had no opportunity to veer off the predetermined path. Whenever I return to France, I plan on going on my own (or with a friend or two) so I can go where I want. I'd feel quite comfortable driving there as they drive on the same side of the road as we do! Maybe you'll be my travel partner! *Smile*

  4. we are still there and happy to see you again here:) sometimes you just have to take a break:)

  5. Anne, What an amazing place. Thanks so much for sharing them with us. Your pictures are terrific too.

  6. A very interesting post Anne. I think you are worrying too much about losing readers as there is plenty of material on your blog to keep visitors interested. I was going to delete News From Italy until I discovered just how many hits it still gets every single day! I am now much more relaxed about blogging than I used to be. Relax and just enjoy posting when you want to Anne. :)

  7. A fascinating post Anne. It sounds like such an interesting place to visit. I agree with Linda not to worry about losing readers. Take it easy, relax and blog when you feel like it.

  8. Anne, thank you for your words. It is a difficult time.

  9. Thank you for your kind words.

  10. Welcome back :-) This looks like a really interesting place to visit.


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