Chateau De La Cote
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... We will not be adding them to our Christmas list though.
The next morning, the lady called for the money at 8.30 although I had put this into the envelope and then in their box. However, I had not put the right date. From then on, I got it right! We wandered over the bridge and into the town to get some shopping first. Then we started the sightseeing properly. It is ...
... checks, brought about a sense of unease and discomfort which had me wishing that I had included the local number for 'Fair Trials Abroad’ in my phone contacts. When we were finally released they contrived to put us on the wrong flight and we were somewhat concerned whether we would be reacquainted with our luggage in Los Angeles and all the issues that would have caused had it gone elsewhere.
It was a salutary lesson and makes us mindful that sticking your ...
We arrived in Périgueux in the late afternoon and took a taxi into the old town. This was my 2nd time in Périgueux as I was once there in 2002 with my son Robert. It is a lovely town and we had a great dinner in the Place de Marché aux Bois.
The Cathedral is an interesting architecture with perhaps some eastern ...
... be must, this villages oozes charm with well tended gardens everywhere, carefully restored 14th century half-timbered houses, a medieval bridge and an unusual 12th century Byzantine-Romanesque church which has a semicircle around the apse. There is also an impressive privately owned chateau in the village. In the church a local choir was rehearsing for a forthcoming concert and children were having great fun with an activity trail around the village.
It's dry if a bit cool and the Raven flies along in decent order. The roads are quite empty to start with but then get a lot busier at the start of the afternoon. Guy decides to leave the peage and get to Riberac via the national roads. His memory is, of course, not at all accurate and he doesn't find anywhere that fits his rosy image of the place! So he heads out of Riberac on the Periguex road until he discovers a nice old chateau ...