Hôtel Belle Vue

Address: 68, avenue Jean Jaurès, Souillac, Midi-Pyrénées, 46200, France | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 68, avenue Jean Jaurès, Souillac, is near Chemin de fer touristique du Haut Quercy - Train a vapeur de Martel.
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    Travel Blogs from Souillac

    The Dordogne River Valley & Castlenaud

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Oct 07, 2014

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    We always read Rick Steves' guide books before traveling and incorporate his knowledge into our planning. However, we never really follow one of his walking or driving tours preferring to just do our own thing. Today we will break from that habit and see the Dordogne the Rick Steves’ way.

    Our driving tour takes us down narrow farm lanes to the town of Carsac where there is a quaint old Romanesque style catholic church. ...

    Visiting Prehistoric Caves

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Oct 06, 2014

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    ... the road to the first site, Grotte des Combarelles. Only 6 people are allowed in at a time and we got lucky. We all speak English including the guide.

    Combrelles Cave was entered from an opening high in the walls of a cave where people lived. It is away from water and was never a major settlement, just a couple of caves for a small family group. The drawings were made over a period of 2000 years between 12,000 and ...

    Canoeing the Dordonge and the Market in Sarlat

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Oct 05, 2014

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    ... chat over lunch we visit the Manoir de Gisson, the home of a wealthy 17th century family.

    The house starts off with a museum of curiosities, common in homes in those times. There are all sorts of items ranging from animal bones and skulls, to tarantulas under glass, to shrunken heads from South America to iron masks. There is an exhibition about the executioner telling how much he was paid, what for and ...

    The Market and Chateaux

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Oct 02, 2014

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    ... and it has remained preserved as one of the French towns most representative of the 14th century. The town center is filled with narrow pedestrian walkways and lovely restored buildings. I want to go to the market and experience a multi course French lunch on the sidewalk. The market is overwhelming. So many people selling nuts, breads, sausages, cheeses, olives, fruits and vegetables, fois gras, wine, and trinkets. ...

    Getting Started in the Dordogne

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Sep 30, 2014

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    ... form on the drawings from the carbon dioxide in people’s breath and molds were introduced from their shoes. They closed the cave to protect it. Later they decided to recreate the original cave. Concrete and resin was used to make the walls of the cave which were carved to the exact proportions as the original. A special artist was brought in to reproduce the paintings using the same paints, implements ...