Domaine des Etangs
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... then add a few lifeguards, a play ground, a volley ball court and an ice-cream shop and hey presto, a miniature Bondi Beach chock full of British backpackers – just like the real thing! Well, at any rate, a bunch of British families mixed in with local French tourists and others like us. In the evening we continued our sampling of the region’s night markets, this time at Nontron. So far we have the gourmandis evenings ranked: 1. Le Bugue, for the food and the ...
26 July Another day in the SW of France . . . bummer! Today was our first relocation. We drove from Le Coux to Brantôme but we had to take a bit of a detour to navigate around Périgueux as Le Tour had all the roads closed down for the day. As it turned out, it made for nice drive along the backroads of the Dordogne and we drove through a number of very traditional villages that were seemingly unaware of the tourist industry that their neighbouring hamlets were cashing in ...
... no matter what colour the glass is, it all goes in together in the lorry!!
We travelled across the Limousin though very green countryside, most of it very heavily wooded.
We're not sure where they keep these mille vache, because we didn't see very many. In parts the countryside is very English with smaller fields and hedges, and we could see ...
... world heritage sites. As we arrived in the town we were blown away by yet another amazing site of a huge outcrop of rock into which houses have been built. It was under this outcrop of rock that Neanderthal Man lived and hunted and cooked his food. The two museums in the town offered a real insight into the history of the place and the people and animals who roamed the landscape. After Les Eyzies..,,.. We moved up the road about 15kms to the Grotte de Rouffignac where ...
We decided to get some miles under us and made a big jump north to this delightful village. There was a very popular aire, and we squeezed between two English vans. This resulted in an evening of natter and wine making for a very pleasant night. Next morning we trotted into the village for the daily baguette, viewed the chateau and the very attractive river. So many lovely places in France. We shall never see them ...