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Travel Blogs from Limousin
... and the clothes were drying by the fire. Ro and I watched a movie, we’d hadn’t done that in ages, and went to bed.
Saturday 30th November.
We drove through some small historical towns today in the Perigord Noir region. We hadn’t realised how many things would be closed at this time of year, so it made our visit a little strange as we felt we were visiting ghost towns. We weren’t sure how it all worked ...
The Dordogne River Valley is filled with both natural and man made beauty. It is a mixture of rocky cliffs, stone fortresses and peaceful rivers. Danny and I spent a few days exploring the countryside as well as the town of Sarlat which is nestled amid forested hills and has some amazing pedestrian only ...
This has been a busy week of traveling around the Perigord and exploring new sights. Ingrid and Frank left a week ago the day after we had lunch and spent a few hours at the lovely town of Sarlat. Joe and Tim arrived the following day and left today.
We've been to the market at Lalinde (the best market yet), the abbey at Cadouin, the cave ...
Hello again everyone.
We are moving southwest to the area around the Dordogne River and stayed in a town called Le Rogue Gageac. Limestone walls on one side of the river...prehistoric camps carved into the side of the cliff. Did NOT climb those steps.
But, what we did was canoe down the river for a few miles. Does this sound familiar?.
There are hundreds of castles and ...
The title refers to Aradour sur Glane. The village and its 642 inhabitants destryed by the Nazis in 1944 as a reprisal.
We spent a very silent couple of hours there on Friday.
This is very short note just to let everyone know we are still around and point out if it was not ...