Hotel La Vieille Maison
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... he returned very quickly with what was really a strawberry soup. Jane ate some and gave some to Brad - it was very strawberryish and sweet. It was a lovely meal so we must comment on TA about it. It is rated number 3 in Perigueux. http://www.lepicurien-restaurant.fr
We are home finalising the Blog, having a cup of tea and sitting before heading off to bed. We intend to go to the market in town before we leave for Bordeaux tomorrow ...
... bacon omelette served with salad. After our meal Brad went to a tempting ice cream shop and had an ice cream cone with one scoop of raspberry and one scoop of hazelnut ice cream - he enjoyed his dessert! We had only a short distance to walk from the restaurant and we were home by 9 pm.
We intend to leave by 8am tomorrow to visit a cave and also see some more areas of the Dordogne as it is our last full day in this region, oh ...
... it to become a more popular town in which to live. In 1999 an amazing centre was opened, the Centre de la mémoire. It has been architecturally designed with most of the building being underground. There has been a lot of symbolism used. Above ground you see glass and rusted metal. Below ground you use an audio guide to take you through 5 different rooms. Room 1, the rise of Nazism; Room 2, massacres of populations in Eastern Europe; Room 3, Oradour 10 ...
... village. This restaurant is the only business in the village and it has just 16 seats. There were just two tables of four tonight. The chef had worked in high end restaurants before deciding to start his own, with just himself in the kitchen and his wife out front. It is a delightful setting, a former forge, hence the name of La Vieille Forge. There were just two options at each of three of four courses and the set price menu was excellent value. However, ...
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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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking