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... has been built into the cliffs, quite literally. It was having a lot of reconstruction work so a lot of it was closed off. We walked to the top though and it was a fascinating place. Homes had exterior walls joining the cliff face. There was a small castle as part of each town and this town’s castle had smoke coming from its chimney. We possibly needed more information to appreciate the history of the place. Maybe visiting a little earlier in the year ...
The Dordogne River Valley is filled with both natural and man made beauty. It is a mixture of rocky cliffs, stone fortresses and peaceful rivers. Danny and I spent a few days exploring the countryside as well as the town of Sarlat which is nestled amid forested hills and has some amazing pedestrian only ...
... countryside, eaten lots of great food and pastry, and even had warm enough weather one day to again enjoy the pool and hot tub.
It's incredible trip full of little pleasures every day. Oh that we could share it with you all. Here is the best we can do -- a few photos of our last 10 days.
Love from your French Travelducks,
Diane and Susan
Hello again everyone.
We are moving southwest to the area around the Dordogne River and stayed in a town called Le Rogue Gageac. Limestone walls on one side of the river...prehistoric camps carved into the side of the cliff. Did NOT climb those steps.
But, what we did was canoe down the river for a few miles. Does this sound familiar?.
There are hundreds of castles and ...
... the picture in the lat blog og Bargate was actully Lee Seddon and his two boys, my mistook.
We are presently in Sarlet and on our way to Carccassone.
For tghose downunder we hope the bushfires re not intruding on youir lives.
Sse you all quite soon
Dave and Lona ...