Campanile Perigueux Boulazac
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... room back off us. He just gave us back our credit card because Amanda had forgotten it. I went and had a sit down on the sofa to dwell on the two phrases going through my mind - credit card and forgotten. I could see what looked like a piece of cardboard or something under the bed in the bedroom. "What's that under the bed." I asked Amanda. She bent down, retrieved the offending article, looked at it and handed it me. It was a little sign that said "We clean ...
... the old machinery.
The 5 day stay of visiting this amazing, beautiful region with gorgeous villages on the edge of the river (yet so boring for the kids) had to be ended with some good old kid fun - ten pin bowling!
Oh yeh, and one other highlight was buying 2 pairs of boots, a hair straightener and vegemite.
The vegemite was in a Carrefour grocery store and for a 220g jar, it cost $7.50 aus.
... They collected tin tin cars and just speak a different language.
So today we went to a cliff city.
It was built into a mountain. There was only 1 way in so if someone attacked everybody would guard there and they would be safe.
There was catapults and churches and basically everything you need to survive except they had to go down to harvest crops for food. It was really cool.
Secretly Jordan and I climbed up some ...
Very near the area we are staying in Eymet is the famed Vezere Valley, world-famous for its prehistoric sites, particularly the collection of cave paintings, the highest concentration of Stone Age art found in Europe. The limestone cliffs and caves provided shelter for Cro-Magnon people, an entirely separate species from the Neanderthal, that actually co-existed in ...
... our bodies exude damages them. <b>La Madelene</b> <b>La Roque Saint-Christophe</b> was amazing and very definitely worth stopping for. Inhabited for 55,000 years until during the 100 year war it was destroyed. It nestles on a cliff face above the river. I rather chickened out driving to the car park as ...