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Travel Blogs from Rocamadour
... and the clothes were drying by the fire. Ro and I watched a movie, we’d hadn’t done that in ages, and went to bed.
Saturday 30th November.
We drove through some small historical towns today in the Perigord Noir region. We hadn’t realised how many things would be closed at this time of year, so it made our visit a little strange as we felt we were visiting ghost towns. We weren’t sure how it all worked ...
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 ...
... from 11th century forward. Most of the early ones were "updated" in the 15th and16th centuries. I don't even want to think about the plumbing for them.
We had neighbors from Spain, Germany, Netherlands and France of course. Harry took this picture and I hadn't even had a sip of wine...ha. We search for a new local red wine every day. It IS hard work.
More to to the story soon. Be safe all.
The title refers to Aradour sur Glane. The village and its 642 inhabitants destryed by the Nazis in 1944 as a reprisal.
We spent a very silent couple of hours there on Friday.
This is very short note just to let everyone know we are still around and point out if it was not ...
... On one wall were abstract, mysterious drawings, called Placard type signs (http://donsmaps.com/placard.html). These are also found in caves miles from here, but for now their significance is unknown.
From the caves we only get a little lost before finding the right route to Espouritis (http://www.esparoutis.com/), the road finally petering out into narrower and narrower laneways until we were stopped in front of ...