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Visited the lovely Chateau Monbazillac to learn more about the other famous wine of the region, the sweet Monbazillac. The chateau sits high on a hill overlooking the valley and it, like many others, is surrounded by acres and acres of vineyards. When we stepped out of the car we could smell the heady aroma of fermenting grapes, and we noticed that ...
... for upwards of 10,000+ years! In these caves dotted throughout the valley, hundreds of cave drawings and paintings, both polychrome and single colour, have been discovered, some of them dating back to 15,000 BC!
We did a day trip to Les-Eyzies-de-Tayec-Sireuil (thankfully just called Les Eyzies!) to check out the Musee National de Prehistoire and ...
... quail, a delightful little bird), and a trio of desserts with cafe, bien sur! D's menu consisted of an exceptional soup, veal in a luscious sauce and a rhubarb/strawberry concoction. We chose their house white, Clos le Joncal, which went perfectly with the meal, although we paid €18 for the bottle, only to find it at Mitch's wine cave later ...
... goes for blocks and all around are sidewalk cafes filled with people having their coffee and croissant After we visit the market we walk down to the river and enjoy the French architecture. From here it is about 40 miles to Sarlat and our new home for the next 12 days.
Unfortunately I feel like I'm coming down with a cold. Hopefully it won't be too ...
... slaughtered by the Germans. They then burned the village and buried the bodies in a mass grave. The village has been kept exactly as it was after the Germans left it. It was very sobering to see. You can see the marks in the wall where the bullets hit. There is a memorial in the village graveyard to commemorate this event.
We left there, very sad, and let our views of the countryside lighten ...