Chateau de La Borie Saulnier
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... horses and ibex, and all of the drawings are in black dating back some 13,000 years. There is also a 'Grand Ceiling' with over 60 animals drawn on the cave top. It was most spectacular to see.
The Rouffignac caves have the most extensive cave system of the Périgord region with more than 8 kilometers of underground passage ways. Apart from a small brook running along the deepest gallery, most of the network of caves is totally fossilised. ...
... not to go there as we will be walking and we felt it was a little too far away from our apartment. We checked out another recommended restaurant which is closer by and we have made a booking for tomorrow night.
Around 7 pm we decided to go on the self guided walk around the Roman ruins that are present in Perigueux. It was a most pleasant time for walking. At one stage Perigueux had an arena the size of the one we saw in Nīmes ...
... it is a very worthwhile place to visit. This web site has good information, if interested : http://www.oradour.info
We found a nice boulangerie / pātisserie for lunch and we ate under the shade of a wisteria in front of the Mairie (town hall). The road we took today is used by a great many large transport vehicles. There were also a number of tractors and farm machinery travelling on the road as well. On our way home we passed a convey of ...
... me which is an historical town situated on either side of the river as well as being built into the mountainside/cliffs. It is a town with great appeal and we noted many English speaking visitors. Our time was cut short with rain starting and we were also aware of needing to be elsewhere for 5pm.
We drove to Limeyrat, via Perigueux where we were going to meet with Rudy and Katy, friends of Jane's cousin. Mme GPS directed us successfully to their ...
... high! You can see the bear scratch marks in various places in the cavern. After the bears came early mankind and there are hundreds of early drawings and paintings done by these people of the prehistoric animals of the time such as the wooly mammoth and the wooly rhinoceros as well as horses, and other animals. The detail of some of these pictures is amazing as our guide pointed out they had even drawn in the 'anal flap' the mammoth had which kept his private parts warm in ...
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