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TripAdvisor Reviews Kyriad Bergerac
Travel Blogs from Bergerac
... Some of the meats came from Italy. All washed down with a glass of rose....great lunch. Stocked up with some more wine and cheese and HiHo away
We meandered our way home through some back very narrow roads. HiHo and I had some fun
The other photo today was from Sarlat - they have a book lending scheme with glass boxes around town. See the photo. You leave one and you take one. Gets more people reading books.
... directed away from the fast and fairly straight road down through Bergerac, onto a convoluted series of back roads, some quite narrow (think this may be because it has programmed to take the fastest route), but we get to Issigeac (population 660 approx) with time to spare, grab a parking spot near the centre, and set off walking to find the Place de la Capelle, and La Bruceliere restaurant, which is John and Branka’s favourite restaurant.
... we arrive, so we walk around, taking photos from the escarpment out over fertile farmland. We take a side trip down to the river, and drive along it through a farm complex attached to a large mill over the river, but we can't get close enough to get photos. The farm setting is really interesting, and a bit alternative, with large barns, metal sculptures in the garden, and livestock, including a sheep which kept jumping up onto two legs to access greenery on the tree with ...
... was supported by an enormous masonry arch.
We climbed the 87 step spiral staircase and emerged into the light some 2 km from where we entered. Our faithful blue dot on the map told us where we were, but we had to walk a way to find street names to show us which way to go to the nearest Metro. It was getting towards lunchtime, so we looked for a suitable restaurant, but most of the open air establishments looked a bit fancy for a quick lunch and toilet stop, so ...
... to be at our back going back. It’s pretty sad when I’m telling Tony which direction we should be going (LOL)! We had a nice bowl of French soup at the hotel and then met the rest of the tour group for a visit to St. Emilion about 20 minutes East, where we had an exclusive wine tasting at Chateau Soutard. We know all about wines. Did you know that white wine was made from red grapes? Who ...