I woke up to be in a old house then I remembered that we were staying in an old house for three nights. I got up and went downstairs for breakfast and then got ready to go to a special place. After driving to....St Emillion, we looked around a little bit and then realised that we could do a tour of where St Emillion lived for ten years of his life and the catacombs under the church of the town of St Emillion. I learnt that St Emillion (the person) was famous for having the ability to heal people and make things like bread turn to wood. He did not like his fame and went on a pilgrimage until he made St Emilliom his home (a cave in the side of the hill). After the tour we went to get something to eat, I had a banana split, Maurane had a kinder beuno crepe, Dad had a caramel crepe, Jacob had a chocolate crepe and Mummy had a chocolate ice cream crepe. Then we headed back to the house for a swim.