Bristol Hotel

Address: 37-39, rue Antoine Gadaud, Perigueux, Aquitaine, 24000, France | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 37-39, rue Antoine Gadaud, Perigueux, is near Cathedrale St-Front, Chateau de Biron, Musee de Perigord, and Place St. Louis.
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    Travel Blogs from Perigueux

    Foie Gras - anyway you want it - By Bella

    A travel blog entry by fourdaughters on Jul 18, 2015

    2 comments, 19 photos

    ... candlelight, started painting on the rock ceiling 3ft above them. More than 60 images of mammoths, horses and ibex were outlined, each animal depicted in simple, confident lines that reveal startling artistic talent.This is the Great Ceiling of Rouffignac, one of the world's oldest and most beautiful art galleries. We have few clues as to who created it, though it was probably the work of the Cro-Magnons, the first members of ...

    A medieval day in Les Eyzies and Sarlat

    A travel blog entry by jentalbs on Jul 08, 2015

    9 photos

    ... walking around. Heard quite a few Aussie accents but we only spoke to French people today! Trying to improve our use of the local lingo! A casual drive home through more tiny and gorgeous towns that were more rural. Mind you the roads went from smooth & wide to rough and VERY NARROW! Not what you want with the way the French drive. Back to Frayssinet by 7.30pm and still sunny so we had chilled rosé sitting in our ...

    Dordogne delights

    A travel blog entry by ricksusan2015 on Jun 16, 2015

    5 photos

    ... visit to Lascaux cave about 45 minutes north-west of Montfort. This was not a cave of glowworms, stalagmytes or stalactytes. Instead, it housed the artwork of the earliest humans to inhabit western France, Cro-Magnon, dating back some 17000 years ago. Unfortunately, the original cave is off-limits for preservation reasons, but an exact replica, just 200 metres away, has been painstakingly created of the cave structure and the paintings themselves. We took an ...

    Brief encounters

    A travel blog entry by mariontrew on Jun 16, 2015

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... So I helped her carry a huge bag of wet washing right across the village and up a hill and then down a long gravel track which then became an overgrown grass path and I began to wonder what I had got myself into. Suddenly we were in an overgrown clearing in a wood and in the middle was a half built, modern, brick house and an ancient pigeon house. She was living partially in the pigeon house and sleeping in the unfinished house which had a roof but no doors ...

    The Easy Road and The Green Road

    A travel blog entry by kayllisti on Jun 12, 2015

    2 photos

    ... built to have no hills. It was perfect. It also stormed all night, so there was mud everywhere, but not on the new paved trail. It was yet another kindness on our host’s part to point us to this trail. It was like a walk in the park today, but I don’t think my companions liked it very much. I think the architect, wanted us to walk the 40km, but he knew that I wouldn’t do it. So, he lamented the fact that we had wasted a day with so little walking. He used ...