Hotel de Selves
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Wednesday July 20
Today Marion from Ophorus takes us on a full-day tour of parts of the Dordogne region – we're in the Périgord Noir area – named because of its oak and pine forests. First she takes us around the interesting walled medieval centre of Sarlat, filled with fairy-tale buildings along narrow cobbled streets and tiny …
... all who are healthy and happy and lots and lots of fun. We've of course in all those years been fortunate to have the love and respect for each other, to see us through. It's been the first time for many years we've been able to celebrate our anniversary, as we have usually had guests in. So after a walk back to the Notre Dame, which was so cold inside, you wouldn't believe it, we went into town for lunch. Yes, more food and drink!! It was a lovely ...
... needed. Time to get back for a coffee and to read a book in the sun shine and then lunch, we bought some interesting soft blue. However. having unwrapped it the smell was just like a fish you might have thrown into a hot dustbin 2 days before, so straight into the site bin. (We did try it though and it was as bad as it smelt) our first inedible cheese, so not too bad really. We spent the afternoon taking a leafy lane tour of old Gourdon, we went under the rail line though ...
... and we have enjoyed a couple of fresh water dips while the weather is still beautiful.
One of the "must do's" in Dordogne is a canoe trip down the river, which we booked in on a beautiful sunny day and had a great time canoeing the 20kms from Carsac to Vitrac. Along the river are four amazing castles, and also some gorgeous little towns, including our favourite, Roche-Gageac, nestled into the rocks alongside the Dordogne with it's own castle. We found a ...
... along the river it felt like one was actually back in the medieval ages. The Dordogne is a very clean river so we were able to go for a swim at lunch. Rick Steve's had stated that it was a two hour tour. We really took our time at the beginning as we wanted to stretch things out for as long as possible. Chris kept asking us what we were going to do when we were done. The water is quite low so the current is slower. We were also with children. We really dawdled for the first part ...