Chateau de Monrecour
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We are waiting to enter Lascaux II. The prehistoric cave reproduction. We left our hotel at 10:30am, had a scenic drive part of it heading in the wrong direction. We then arrived and had coffee on the river in a quaint town Montignac. The tour will be in English. Very few people speak English and if they do its very limited. Even though we have been able to eat macaroons, soda, beer(les), ...
... of the original cave in construction of the cave and of the cave art. Our English speaking tour guide Sophie, did a great job of explaining all of the details. She was happy as our group only had 25 guests, what she called a "luxury", as most groups are 45 guests. We felt very fortunate to be able to take in all of the wall paintings at a relatively relaxed pace.
We then went back to Domme for dinner and an early exit on Sunday to drive to Carcassonne.
... relaxation on a patio dining area. Then dinner at de l'Esplanade restaurant - very good! Early up today to tour the countryside. Our first stop was La Roque-Gageac. We took a boat on the Dordogne to see the castle of Castelnaud. We then drove to Beynac, parked and hiked uphill what seemed like miles to reach the Chateau de Beynac. It sits 500 feet above the Dordogne. There were several ...
... garlic and bright red capsicums. Fruit is plentiful including all of our normal stone fruits and raspberries at only 2 Euro per punnet. Then you have the bakers selling their beautiful fresh breads. Salami and local sausage stalls also feature. Then we have the nougat in huge blocks and the stall holder cuts your piece of choice with a large cleaver. Cheeses vendors abound.
We purchased the following for our evening meal. Duck sausages, ...
Batteries recharged after a good night sleep and ready to explore the Sarlat area. Off to seek out castles. There are heaps of medieval castles, chateaus and grottos within a 20kilos radias of Sarlat many of which date back to the 13th century. The first castle on the list was"Castelnaud" perched on the side of the mountain with unbelievable views of the countryside including the Dordogne River, cornfields and little hamlets doting the landscape. Then across the valley to ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed