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... then add a few lifeguards, a play ground, a volley ball court and an ice-cream shop and hey presto, a miniature Bondi Beach chock full of British backpackers – just like the real thing! Well, at any rate, a bunch of British families mixed in with local French tourists and others like us. In the evening we continued our sampling of the region’s night markets, this time at Nontron. So far we have the gourmandis evenings ranked: 1. Le Bugue, for the food and the ...
26 July Another day in the SW of France . . . bummer! Today was our first relocation. We drove from Le Coux to Brantôme but we had to take a bit of a detour to navigate around Périgueux as Le Tour had all the roads closed down for the day. As it turned out, it made for nice drive along the backroads of the Dordogne and we drove through a number of very traditional villages that were seemingly unaware of the tourist industry that their neighbouring hamlets were cashing in ...
Wow, what a crackin day! We drove to periguex for the final time trial . What a stunning town. Graced by an amazing chapel on top of the hill, and next to a river, it has a maze of limestone streets in the old town. We only got slightly distracted by the shops and squares before arriving at the finish line. After watching a few riders finish, we wandered past the finish line and media area to the team buses. Ironically the media area was cordoned off by high fences and security ...
... and enjoying the last of this delightful town. Back at our apartment, Jane had started packing her case so it was time for Brad to do so too. The washing from last night was not quite dry so it will be left until later, or the morning if needed. It was also time to start this Blog.
We had an 8pm booking for dinner at L'Epicurien in the old town. It had great reviews on TA and was just a short walk away. When we arrived there was one ...
... 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 ...
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