Hotel-Restaurant Edward 1er

5 Rue Saint Pierre, Monpazier, Dordogne Valley, Aquitaine, 24540, France | 3 star hotel
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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

... UK. If I can get one here before we come home I will be very chuffed. Lascaux is the most famous prehistoric cave painting site but we were not so keen because the main cave had been closed off since the sixties and a replica has been built for visitors. We felt very half hearted about visiting a replica but we couldn't have been more wrong. It was absolutely fantastic. Again luck was on our side well and truly today because we scored a very good ...

Prehistoric cave art

A travel blog entry by possnmark

Alain and Ewa headed off this morning for the French Mediterranean Coast of France near the Spanish border and we were sad to have our resident French translators depart. Cave man day today. Excursion to the Vezere valley where the caves have been discovered with prehistoric art from the cave man era. But first to the Bastide town of Monpaisac which was more or less on ...

Quiet day but sumptuous dinner feast

A travel blog entry by possnmark

... wine broth. Fantastic. Best mussels I have ever had. The Belgian Beer Cafe should take note. Then chicken and roast veg, then a local fruit tarte, then cheeses all washed down with a lovely big Provençal red which Ghislain left with us and a great dessert wine Bruce and Fi had bought in nearby Bergerac. How on earth do the French not explode into obesity with all this fabulous ...

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