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... after much research. We had originally planned to visit Lascaux but we decided that this cave would be less crowded and there were many positive comments on TA. We left Perigueux in the rain, but by the time we got to the caves it had stopped. We bought our tickets and only had a 5 minute wait for the next tour. Tours run every half hour, but not over the two hour lunch break, and ours lasted about one and a quarter hours. The guides all speak ...
... too hot. We did see a number of interesting places including the Cathedral St Front which is part of the St James of Compostella Pilgrim Way. A church has been on this site since the 4th Century with parts of the current Abbey commenced in 976AD. It is named after Saint Front, the first bishop of Périgueux. It was added to and redesigned in the 19th Century and it is said that it was the basis for Sacré Coeur in Paris, with its ...
... pulled in to provide maximum leeway!
The weather has been getting more temperate as we move north - still lovely and warm, but without the stifling humidity we had further south. It was 26 degrees when we arrived in the Saumur area. Our overnight stop is another France Passion site: and of course it is - what else - a winery! We arranged to have a tasting at about 3.00, and some 2.5 hours (and 11 varieties) later, we came away with 32 bottles between us to stock up for the week(s?) ...
... 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 ...
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