Auberge de La Loulie
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... directions. The English speaking tour guide did a fantastic job explaining the cave art in Lascaux II. The cave has been recreated to almost the exact scale in size and shape. 90% of the paintings of the original cave have been reproduced in this cave. It took several years to do the reproductions. I am very grateful we took the time to visit this UNESCO World heritage sight. Such a ...
... 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, ...
Batteries recharged after a good night sleep and ready to explore the Sarlat area. Off to seek out castles. There are heaps of medieval castles, chateaus and grottos within a 20kilos radias of Sarlat many of which date back to the 13th century. The first castle on the list was"Castelnaud" perched on the side of the mountain with unbelievable views of the countryside including the Dordogne River, cornfields and little hamlets doting the landscape. Then across the valley to ...
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed