Angles is always good for a stroll around. We first went there in 2007 during our first house hunting tour of the region. That would have been almost exactly fourteen years to the day. Goodness, how time flies. Where does it go? I remember that we thought how beautiful the place was, contributing to our feeling that it would be great if we could find somewhere to live in this region.
The view from the upper part of the town over the river Anglin is fabulous.
In Angles there is an abundance of quaintness everywhere.
Not all the houses are crumbling, humble cottages. Some are for the more well heeled.
The ruined château sits at the highest point overlooking everything.
One can ponder what this building might have been.
We claimed one of the empty tables at the first restaurant we passed and decided on an early dinner. There were a lot of visitors and not many places to eat. By the time we had ordered most of these tables were occupied.
The light was fading as we finished our meal but the market was still in full swing.
A stroll through the ancient streets after dark presented a whole new perspective on life in an old medieval town.
Bon weekend !!