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... mousse, a carrot? maybe, purée and a timbale of finely diced mixed vegetables. This was unusual as vegetables are often not a feature in many restaurants. We had both chosen the chocolate dessert which, with hindsight, was perhaps not the best idea. It was sooooooooooo rich and chocolatey! It was a thin slice of a layered dessert with a chocolate sponge base, then a crunchy layer, then chocolate mousse and finally chocolate ganache! Plus it ...
Weather: a hot day, low 30's. Nice gentle breeze when sitting in the shade. Clouded over and cooled down late in the afternoon. Showers later in the evening.
Today was our day to stay in Perigueux - no driving. We have already travelled more than 1000 km in five days. It is wonderful to be free to go where ever you want, but it is tiring as you have to concentrate a lot more when you are driving on the 'wrong' side of the road. ...
... Room 4, National Recognition of the martyred village; Room 5, Peace messages. We spent about 2 hours here. It was so terrible and so sad, but very well presented. After visiting the museum, we walked a short distance to the 'old town' which has been left as it was after all the killings and fires. We spent about 30 minutes walking around the ruins of this town. We didn't go down every street. We can't believe that more people don't know about this place. ...
... br> We travelled north today into the truffle region of Périgord, the 'department' in which we are staying. Our first stop was Sorges where we visited theTruffle Museum, one of a kind apparently! We saw the growing and searching process as well as learning about how valuable they are. You could buy a range of truffle products including preserved truffles, honey infused with truffles and pear jam with truffles to accompany foie gras! We also visited a 12th ...
... up to its reputation. We parked at the base of the hill and walked up through the gate in the fortified walls to the top. There was a panoramic view out over the valley, and we could see limestone cliffs in the distance, and canoeists paddling serenely down the river below.
Honeycombing the stone under the village is a series of enormous limestone caves full of ...
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