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Route Nationale 20, Sarlat-la-Canéda, Dordogne Valley, Aquitaine, France | Hotel
 

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Driving back to souillac

A travel blog entry by brooksies

7

... on the longer stretches there is a ticket booth, them 50km later a payment booth. Each time there is a queue followed by a free for all when all 12 lanes merge back into two. We arrived back in souillac and their weekend féte was beginning , with a street market and then a carnival. The carnival had everything Aussie carnivals used to have... Air rifle shooting, dodgem cars where nobody told you off for going outside of the ...

Picnique by the river

A travel blog entry by possnmark

3

... cliffs above the river. Quite a touristy village with lots of shops with crystals, aromatherapy, ageing hippies and crook artworks but the beauty of the buildings and the village overall made up for it. Home for a leftovers cleanup meal with couple in the studio next door and ...

Monet's water lilies and Cahors

A travel blog entry by possnmark

2

... then the only thing for it was to repeat what they had just said only more slowly and at ten decibels louder. After two attempts, grandfather announced in a very loud voice that it was all too complicated and they were leaving. The daughter agreed that it was all too difficult and looked daggers at her husband for lowering himself to try to communicate with the natives. On departure, grandfather turned to us, waved a very imperious hand ...

Raptors in the skies and bison underground

A travel blog entry by possnmark

2

... classy medieval town full of beautiful buildings and vibrant street life. We wandered around the old town streets after lunch and thoroughly enjoyed it. On a high we decided to go to Lascaux for another try to visit the prehistoric cave paintings. In the local village while Poss was buying tickets to the caves, I rummaged around an antique shop and came across a chanticleer weathervane which we had both been keen on trying to find. It was all in pieces ...

Themines en Fete

A travel blog entry by brianburke

1

... direction. Upon leaving we were invited to Jean & Rosaline's for aperos (late happy hour) next evening. I had expressed interest in their 1780 home so we were invited along with a group of their local friends. Wow, what a place! They've done a lot of renos but in keeping with the original look. And the gardens, so beautiful. It seemed too totally uncool to take ...

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