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Continuing our theme of visiting places that captivated me in high school French, our next road trip stop was the Dordogne. This southwestern region is the home of truffles, foie gras and 17,000-year-old cave paintings. It is also a gorgeous area of lush green forests, rolling hills dotted with red-roofed stone homes and cliffside villages centered …
What a day. 2 hours drive around all the twists and bends on often scarily narrow roads. Poor Lindy was driving so she was over it by the time we arrived at Gouffre de Padirac. There's nothing much there except these amazing old caves discovered by Alfred Edward Martel in 1889. You have to walk way (way) down until you get to an underground river where a little boat takes you through to the other side. 300 steps up so you can view ...
... his many brushes with fame during the 60s era. Jan produced a simple but super tasty tomato & basil salad which was just right after our massive lunch. Goodbyes were said that night as Hugh & Anieta had to leave for Toulouse airport around 3am! Needless to say, Lindy & I were busy pushing up major zeds (zzzzzz) at that hour! Sad to see them go but we had lots of fun while they were here and hopefully they left relaxed and with their appetites well and truly ...
Had a tootal around on our bikes today including a lovely lunch by the river (Dordogne). We then headed up the steep incline to Domme. It was so steep and hot I think Sue's trying to kill me. Wonder if she has me insured? Even though it's like an old fortress I still managed to find some shops at the ...
... to settle in Europe 45,000 years ago and survivors of the Ice Age that later gripped the continent. Nor do we know why these artists picked such an inaccessible spot to display their genius – though fortunately it can be reached easily today. A tiny electric train runs from Rouffignac's entrance to the Great Ceiling, the floor of which has been lowered to allow visitors to gaze up at its wonders.