Travel Blogs from Bergerac
... the side. Others are drawn with a black colour. (Can't remember what was used for these drawings). It was a very interesting tour and we have never seen anything like this before. Fortunately for Brad, he did not feel claustrophobic, and he was able to enjoy the tour. It was very cold in the caves.
They believe that the 250+ drawings date from 140 centuries ago according to scientific verification. There are drawings of woolly ...
... In one of the images you can see very easily the old Roman blocks for the foundations but a medieval building added on top - maybe a perfect example of reduce, reuse and recycle!
After this we walked into the old centre of town and returned to Les Cigales, where we had eaten on Monday evening. We sat outside in the square and were once again served by the same lovely waitress. Brad had a delicious steak and Jane had a potato, ...
... machine about every five days. Jane hand washes every day and doesn't worry about the machine. We then used our time to choose photos for our Blog, yesterday's and today's, and we also wrote part of today's Blog so we could get to bed a little earlier tonight.
We chose a casual eating place for dinner selling galettes and crepes, which was one of nine eating places situated around a square. The meals were cheap and very ordinary in taste - ...
... you actually received 7 courses as there was an appetiser [a fish dip on croutons and a cheese biscuit - both so well presented] followed by an amuse-bouche (mouth amuser) [a tiny gambas mix, prawns] then a coffee cup of such an intensely flavoured tomato soup - all this even before our entree had arrived!! Jane enjoyed the courgette and seafood mix which was so elegantly presented, see picture, and I thoroughly enjoyed my foie gras. Jane and I both had ...
Today we headed into the beautiful wooded Dordogne valley, and our first stop was the village of Domme. Throughout the rolling countryside here the hilltops are studded with bastides, or heavily fortified towns, and Domme sits atop a rocky outcrop. Founded in 1281 as a bastion against the English, it is classified as one of France's most beautiful villages, and it ...
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Other places to stay in Bergerac
20/22 rue petit sol, Bergerac | 3 star hotelfrom $74
38, place Gambetta, Bergerac | 3 star hotelfrom $98
La Cavaille Sud, Bergerac | 2 star hotelfrom $53
Route d'Agen, Domaine Lespinassat, Bergerac | 3 star hotelfrom $92
Route de Bordeaux CD936, Bergerac | 3 star hotelfrom $64
Route de Bordeaux, Bergerac | Hotelfrom $64
18 Place Gambetta, Bergerac | Hotelfrom $110
Route de Perigueux - 49, Avenue Marceau-Feyry, Bergerac | 3 star hotelfrom $95