Hotel Restaurant du Lac Logis
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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The time allowed, for a revisit to Jaubertie for tasting and learning more about the property and beautiful vineyards. A wonderful 35 kilometre drive in the sunshine along the narrow and windy roads of the French countryside. Once you leave the city of Bergerac, you gradually climb into the wine region. The vineyards are plentiful along the hillsides. Luckily we were the only people tasting at the time and ...
Market day in Bergerac, is a big draw for many people. We toured the market which involved several streets with many stalls of vegetables, clothes,meats, fish, cheeses, and you could again buy a new mattress for your bed. In the old town square a statue of Cyrano de Bergerac, well known French novelist and playwright that lived until 1655, who has been characterized with a large proportioned nose. The old town ...
After arriving at La Roque-Gegeac (hereafter LR-G), we dumped our bags, I did my happy dance for a safe arrival, and we backtracked to Sarlat-la-Caneda, the "big town". We needed a laundromat and knew we could find dinner also. Thank heavens for Rick Steves' guide books! Found both and with a little help from a cute young thing in the laundromat (probably a university student) ...
Arriving at our campground in Bergerac we picked a spot and set up camp. We were a little dismayed to discover that the toilets had no seats, everything is "co-ed" and t.p. is not provided. We sat around in our tents because we were also surprised to find that there was no table or chair provided. We expected a picnic table or something but were only provided with a small, low, concrete bench.
Wandering over ...
... this was also wonderful (Sandy worked this out without Geraldine's help). It is an old walled village and I found it better than most we had visited recently. I am not sure why I am saying this - but the shops were much better, much classier. The glass shop had some unbelievable pieces - nothing under 500 euro but they were certainly not the normal tourist "junk". Similarly the leather shop had some really nice ...