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... and the paintings have all faded so much a lot is left up the imagination. Perhaps without children this may have been viable and perhaps also if we were staying a little closer. We made the decision not to go, and instead have a quieter time, seeing less and enjoying some down time.
We unpacked, settled in, the kids were straight into playing board games and I was busy washing clothes (it was so good to do this, simple pleasures) By 8pm we’d ...
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 ...
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 ...
... castle at the top level, religious sanctuary at the middle level and then the one-street town at the bottom. We're not game to walk t he 216 stairs (in either direction) so will be using the elevators provided when we explore the town tomorrow. Another long day planned for tomorrow. We continue to have the most amazing weather with blue skies and warm sunshine, but not too hot for walking. Lots of love to you all, Diane and ...
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed