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We are waiting to enter Lascaux II. The prehistoric cave reproduction. We left our hotel at 10:30am, had a scenic drive part of it heading in the wrong direction. We then arrived and had coffee on the river in a quaint town Montignac. The tour will be in English. Very few people speak English and if they do its very limited. Even though we have been able to eat macaroons, soda, beer(les), ...
... the French countryside. The main crops here are sunflowers, maze(corn only fed to farm animals), tobacco, and most recently wheat. Also many vineyards. The Dordogne River Valley is picture book beautiful.
Lascaux II is a reproduction of the original Lascaux cave stumbled upon by three young boys in 1943 or so, if my memory serves me. The paintings on the walls and ceiling of the cave date back to 15,000 years BC. The copy Lascaux II is ...
... Les snapped some amazing photos. Then of course we were starving - so we stopped and had lunch at La Petite Tonelle. A really cool little restaurant cut into the rock. Les had fois gras pâté and I had fois gras scallops-the scallops is the version we both love. Warm and garlicky. Then dessert-some dark chocolate mouse over praline crust/really yummy!!! Back to the hotel for a short ...
... we promptly got up and left.
We are still having a coffee each morning in a different town accompanied by an enticing pastry. Lunch is always a baguette with meat and cheese.
Over the last few days we have visited some magnificent towns overlooking the Dordogne River. Towns like Domme, La Roque-Gageac and Beynac are beautiful in their own way.
A visit to a chateau was also a must and we chose the Chateau Fenelon only a small drive away. ...
... dried), olives antipasti, breads, spices, nougat, chocs to name just a few. With a very exceptions we found the vendors very friendly and obliging. Consequently tea that night was a ploughmans sampling all our purchases and washed down with some local wine. The Main Street if filled with patisserie,nougat, chocolate and biscuit shops. If you tour this region don't expect to return to OZ without putting on a few "kilos" Tomorrow sadly we leave this area and head for Spain via ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed