We left after and took a recommended scenic route. This followed the Cele River on a road, the D41 for those with a map, which never was wider than a small auto (our car is bigger) and was generally next to and under the overhanging rock outcroppings of the mountainside that bordered the river valley.
We arrived at Figeac and checked into the Best Western with a room with a view right onto the Cele river. Had a light lunch as it was only 2pm and knew we'd want a nice dinner.
Took a walking tour of the town. This town, with mostly 14th century buildings, typical medieval streets, still had two large churches, and interesting squares. But of special interest was the square named Place Champollion after Jean-Francois Champollion who discovered the secret to decoding the Rossetta Stone with a museum devoted to him and language.
By 5pm we stopped for a break and planned to eat at the hotel's restaurant whose menu looked very appealing.
We ate at 7:30. And finished as usual at 9:45pm. Mike a Salmon Tartare salad then a fish entree while Karen had a Pork Tenderloin, both exceptional. Bottle of wine, coffee, desserts. Great diet food!
End of another great day.