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Travel Blogs from St.-Cyprien
We are waiting to enter Lascaux II. The prehistoric cave reproduction. We left our hotel at 10:30am, had a scenic drive part of it heading in the wrong direction. We then arrived and had coffee on the river in a quaint town Montignac. The tour will be in English. Very few people speak English and if they do its very limited. Even though we have been able to eat macaroons, soda, beer(les), ...
... the French countryside. The main crops here are sunflowers, maze(corn only fed to farm animals), tobacco, and most recently wheat. Also many vineyards. The Dordogne River Valley is picture book beautiful.
Lascaux II is a reproduction of the original Lascaux cave stumbled upon by three young boys in 1943 or so, if my memory serves me. The paintings on the walls and ceiling of the cave date back to 15,000 years BC. The copy Lascaux II is ...
What an amazing view out of our bedroom window at Hotel de l'Esplanade in Domme,Fr Navigating to our hotel the first time was a little hair raising-but thank goodness for "Maggie" our navigation system - we arrived!! Domme was founded in 1281 by Philip the Bold, and it's a fortified French sitting on a rocky spur overlooking the Dordogne River Valley. First night on was Thursday 9/19-quick walk ...
Wednesday in Sarlet is renowned for their food market and we made sure that we were in attendance. Only a five minute walk from our villa, we joined thousands of others in search of the best French food. The old town is lined with stalls selling produce to die for. Naturally duck and goose products feature. Ducks to cook, duck pate, foie gras, terrines, duck meat in tins and breast of duck encased in duck fat. Then there are the vegetables, truffles, ...
... cleaners could come to my place. Went to La Roque for a boat trip down the Dordogne River. Lots of people go there to canoe. Can see why as this river meanders past quite a few castles, chateaus and amazing countryside. The highlight of Sarlat for me has to be the town markets that are held twice a week (Wed & Sat) in the old town. Locals showcase there amazing produce for all to taste and purchase. Such items were meats, cheeses, pate (duck/goose), terrine, ...
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