Hotel de la Ferme Lamy
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... old building. A pom who has lived in Sarlat for the best part of 20 years and obviously enjoys being politically incorrect. He has some fascinating art work but his main body of work is collages, many based on National Geographic photos...all making some form of political statement. We had a good chat, here is his web site
Next stop was lunch and we finally found good coffee - a french guy ...
... all year round. It didn't feel that cold but we did have our jackets on. It was very wet and dark and luckily we don't suffer from claustrophobia!! There were lifts to take us back to ground level thankfully, as it was hard enough walking down the stairs to the underground river. Back home we enjoyed some French Onion Soup and a baguette for dinner. Not bad for tetrapak ...
... to them both late in their arvo and Mitch also received the good news that he has been successful in getting an offer for a new job. More on that later .
Today's outing was a village walk - in English. I am OK with a lot in French but an hour walking tour would be too much for me. Interesting and some good photos
( see the Tram tour in Bordeaux 2012 http://www.travelpod.com/travel-blog-en ...
... fruit and veg and Giles even ordered some mince beef in French..! We certainly picked up a few bargains and have nicely restocked on some goodies. Interestingly we both did something Friday afternoon that neither of us had ever done before, we visited a Laundrette and spent €22.50 on washing our ...
Early start today to drive Ange to Bergerac, home of the famous Cyrano de Bergerac, about 100 miles and 1.5 hours drive. We are now experts with our navigation even though we always put the Tom Tom on to make sure we arrive at our destination! After farewellig Ange at the train we had a look around Bergerac. Another beautiful Notre Dame of our Lady in the middle of the town (the French only know how to build ...