Le Chateau de Lacan
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Fortunately one of the other customers helped translate. Sorry no photos as I forgot my camera. We had an early lunch and did some sightseeing for a short time in Sarlat which has a lot of well preserved medieval stone buildings and houses. We are heading up to the Loire valley tomorrow so we didn't want to have a hard day.
I wanted to have a blog entry dedicated to automobiles thus the title Top Gear. Unlike the top gear show, we are not driving ...
... to go. She was a great help for us with Madeline's arm. Peter her husband is more of a behind the scenes man. He and Karen met in Houston I in the eighties. Peter is from Warsaw Poland and was working as a software developer at the time. About 15 years ago they realized that with his job that they could live about anywhere so they moved to France and finally settled on the Dordogne region about 15 years ago. They bought a very ...
We have had a busy two days. First I will start with the castles. We visited Chateau Castelnaud yesterday. It is a very well preserved castle perched high above the Dordogne River on a menacing cliff. There has been a fortified structure on this site since Roman times and a stone castle since 1100. It has seen multiple revisions until 1600 to account for advances in warfare. It was last revised to accommodate cannons. The fort seemed to change hands ...
Madeline and I are sitting by the pool and everyone else is sleeping. She wants to tell you about her day yesterday. First we went to a castle which I can't remember the name of.mWe walked up the stairs and went to a well. We sW. Little movie.mWe went up more stairs so another movie and there was armour and swords an shields and weapons. The we went to the top floor ...
I am determined to improve my French pronunciations. We met a young Frenchman working at the Coypreau Canoeing yesterday. His English was about as good as my French "un peu". He was interested in improving his English as he was planning to travel to San Francisco, LA and Las Vegas soon. We were reviewing days of the week, today, tomorrow, etc. He kept repeating "Jour" which is today in French. It was comical, because I ...