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... horses and ibex, and all of the drawings are in black dating back some 13,000 years. There is also a 'Grand Ceiling' with over 60 animals drawn on the cave top. It was most spectacular to see.
The Rouffignac caves have the most extensive cave system of the Périgord region with more than 8 kilometers of underground passage ways. Apart from a small brook running along the deepest gallery, most of the network of caves is totally fossilised. ...
... bacon omelette served with salad. After our meal Brad went to a tempting ice cream shop and had an ice cream cone with one scoop of raspberry and one scoop of hazelnut ice cream - he enjoyed his dessert! We had only a short distance to walk from the restaurant and we were home by 9 pm.
We intend to leave by 8am tomorrow to visit a cave and also see some more areas of the Dordogne as it is our last full day in this region, oh ...
... We did enjoy the Canadian guy busking here whilst we ate dinner. As we walked back to our apartment at 9.30pm, we noticed rubbish being collected by the garbage truck. We thought this was very late. The two men who hang onto the back of the truck collect all the rubbish that is in bags on the footpath. It obviously doesn't need to be in bins for collection, like it does in Australia.
Tomorrow will be a Perigueux day exploring more of this large ...
... main course which, once again, was presented so wonderfully. It was a delicious mix of flavours and textures. This was followed a cheese course with a cheese from Central France. All four of us enjoyed the chocolate dessert - it looked fabulous and boy was it rich, but yummy!! Again a range of textures and flavours to tantalise the senses! All courses were 15/10 for presentation and taste. If you were in Paris you would be delighted to experience such ...
... up to its reputation. We parked at the base of the hill and walked up through the gate in the fortified walls to the top. There was a panoramic view out over the valley, and we could see limestone cliffs in the distance, and canoeists paddling serenely down the river below.
Honeycombing the stone under the village is a series of enormous limestone caves full of ...
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