Auberge des Charmilles

20, Boulevard Saint Rodolphe de Turenne, Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne, Limousin, 19120, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 20, Boulevard Saint Rodolphe de Turenne, Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne.
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    Travel Blogs from Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne

    The Dordogne River Valley & Castlenaud

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Oct 07, 2014

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    ... the town and promenade and eat our picnic overlooking the valley.

    Stop #4 is at La Roque Gageac a pretty little town with only one street along the river. There are steep walking paths up to a second level and tropical plants grow along the warm limestone cliffs. During the rainy season this town always floods so the street level rooms are garages, shops and patios that can be easily emptied. We find a small café and try ...

    Visiting Prehistoric Caves

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Oct 06, 2014

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    ... fact it was generally difficult to get to the sites of the artwork sometimes requiring crawling for several hundred feet.

    The findings in Les Eyzies and the Vezere Valley are some of the oldest and best preserved in the world. They are now a UNESCO World Heritage Site with limited visitation. A few tickets are available in advance on line and the rest are sold at a central ticket office for that day only. Monday is the ...

    Canoeing the Dordonge and the Market in Sarlat

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Oct 05, 2014

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    ... Chocolat. We pass under arched stone bridges and see several of the 3000 chateaux built in the Dordogne during the 100 Years War. In fact it seems like there is a new chateau around every bend. After about an hour we pull off onto a shallow bank and enjoy a lazy picnic with views of a medieval town clinging to the hillside with a massive castle 200 feet above. The church bells ring out the noon hour and we fell like we are in ...

    The Market and Chateaux

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Oct 02, 2014

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    ... now a beautiful, peaceful grassy area with a natural spring, hills covered in trees and of course the Castle sitting high on the rocks dominating the landscape. We spend a couple of hours in awe, wandering around, reading the English guide book and trying to imagine what it must have been like to live here in the various times of history. Back at the parking lot we find some grass and a tree for our very French lunch of ...

    Getting Started in the Dordogne

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Sep 30, 2014

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    ... livers extra large and fatty which makes the best fois gras. There are fields of corn but it is to fatten the ducks and geese. The French can’t imagine why a person would want to eat it.

    This area is also known for the Cro-Magnon caves and cave art. It has some of the oldest and best preserved in the world. Tuesday I feel a lot better so we brave the fog and rain and head to Lascaux. Lascaux ...