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Every little village has an "en fete" weekend and this past weekend it was our little town's turn. On Friday night a TV was set up under a tent for people to watch the World Cup match between France & Germany. There was one lone German fan, a young German guy who was walking the pilgrim trail and stopped long enough to watch the game. Poor guy! There was also a ...
So after a few days of just riding and walking around Themines, we decided to head for Padirac to join the throngs of tourists who are attracted to an underground river that can be navigated by boat and explored on foot. We descended 103 metres to get to the river and then did half a km on the river by ...
Pech Merle is the home of prehistoric cave paintings. We walked through a system of caves that had paintings and calcified human foot prints, some as old as 25,000 years. Saint-Cirq-Lapopie, another beautiful medieval town along the Cele river. You have to google this one to capture it's ...
Cahors is a pleasant large town in the River Lot. We stayed in a large aire near to the Pont Valentre. We took a quick wander around the town, stopping to look inside the Cathedral, and at a mechanical clock nearby which reminded us of a very complex marble ...
Short climb out of the village and then mostly downhill for the rest of the day. Stopped in St Cere to pick up supplies for picnic lunch. Stopped beside the river - didn't go for a swim in the end as it was a bit cloudy. Next stop was Carrenac. Had a look around this village. Dropped down into the gorge, crossed the Dordogne on a narrow wooden suspension bridge and then up into Gluges. Small village of about 71 people. Lovely hotel with a pool and beside the ...
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