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Travel Blogs from Brantome
... Yarraville, someone would call the cops. Here, you can beat the hell out of them – but only within reason according to Julia. Near Brantôme there is a farm where they keep retired (read rescued) British Police horses. The kids have been loving the donkey rides and feeding here, thanks greatly to Julia’s patience and generosity and were keen to see the horses. They do an afternoon tea with a talk about the horses, and all their heroics, and the work they do ...
26 July Another day in the SW of France . . . bummer! Today was our first relocation. We drove from Le Coux to Brantôme but we had to take a bit of a detour to navigate around Périgueux as Le Tour had all the roads closed down for the day. As it turned out, it made for nice drive along the backroads of the Dordogne and we drove through a number of very traditional villages that were seemingly unaware of the tourist industry that their neighbouring hamlets were cashing in ...
Wow, what a crackin day! We drove to periguex for the final time trial . What a stunning town. Graced by an amazing chapel on top of the hill, and next to a river, it has a maze of limestone streets in the old town. We only got slightly distracted by the shops and squares before arriving at the finish line. After watching a few riders finish, we wandered past the finish line and media area to the team buses. Ironically the media area was cordoned off by high fences and security ...
... when the trogolodyte town and fortress that had grown up was destroyed by fire in the Wars of Religion.
Fortunately, when we arrived here, the rain had stopped, but it was wet underfoot and a little slippery so we needed to be careful. We weren't sure what to expect of this place, but it was really very interesting and we were pleased we made the visit. It is amazing how inventive humans can be, seen here by using this secure location ...
... In one of the images you can see very easily the old Roman blocks for the foundations but a medieval building added on top - maybe a perfect example of reduce, reuse and recycle!
After this we walked into the old centre of town and returned to Les Cigales, where we had eaten on Monday evening. We sat outside in the square and were once again served by the same lovely waitress. Brad had a delicious steak and Jane had a potato, ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking