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... the juice is very sweet, but quantities are small. This is then made into the exceptional Monbazillac wines...although we didn't consider ourselves 'sweet wine' lovers, we were surprised by how much we enjoyed these wines! The initial sweetness is followed by a crispness that keeps the wine from being cloying, making it perfect to have with foie ...
... the cave walls and floors caused by long-extinct cave-bears. I say "apparently", and copy most of this description from a book because, you guessed it, once we finally found the Grotte, the next available tour was an hour and a half from now, je regret! Boo! No glimpse of the cave paintings, and too late to drive to the Lascaux Caves near Montignac!
... legend, "Roxanne" when we return!
Bergerac has a terrific Saturday market which spreads out from the central covered 'Halle' into all the surrounding side streets, spilling over into the next few 'places'...we arrived in time to check out the wares and admire the produce, flowers and foodstuffs on display before our lunch appointment. ...
Friday is a travel day. We've booked a bus ticket to Stansted Airport for our flight to Bergerac on Ryan Air. We leave lots of time to get to the bus but with the normal challenges arrive just a the bus does. Good thing we weren't any latter. The buses don't wait for anyone!
Ryan Air is the cheap airline that flies all over Europe. It turns out ...
... 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 ...