La Plume d'Oie
Travel Blogs from La Roque-Gageac
... a kiss which Josh found a little weird. We didn’t have much planned today so we drove back into town for a while before beginning our drive.
The kids bought some postcards and we returned to the café to enjoy and another hot chocolate while writing. Next we posted and made some important purchases of a vanilla slice and some éclairs to be enjoyed later before beginning our drive for the day.
It wasn’t a long drive, about 3 hours. ...
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 ...
... countryside, eaten lots of great food and pastry, and even had warm enough weather one day to again enjoy the pool and hot tub.
It's incredible trip full of little pleasures every day. Oh that we could share it with you all. Here is the best we can do -- a few photos of our last 10 days.
Love from your French Travelducks,
Diane and Susan
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 ...
... dinner. In the summer Pujols was brimming with tourists and the village shops and art galleries were bustling with customers. When we arrived in late September we were surprised to find that all the shops were closed, the main square was empty and the only people around were a handful of locals. What a big difference from August!
Fortunately, the restaurant was in full operation, and the weather was still warm so we ...