Les Cottages Du Lac
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... I inspected his feet, he was just wearing regular shoes "You not in a rush then?" I asked him. He just gave me a French style shrug. We moved on to the frozen foods and I saw a women filling the freezers, she was wearing work boots "I take it it's not that far to the stock room then?" I asked. She ignored me. We finished shopping and went to the tills, nope the cashier wasn't wearing roller skates either, I could kinda let her off so I didn't comment. Just as I ...
... go on to Souillac and the Aire there.
We had a very pleasant journey there and enjoyed the view over the Dordogne as we dropped down into the valley and crossed the river.
The MH Aire is near the campsite, just off the centre of town. it is large and flat and we joined 5 other MH;s and settled down for a very cold night.
... saw at least 20 other people! This is by far the largest number of tourists we have come across outside the major centres during our two weeks in France. Fortunately, there was plenty of room to fit us all in. The visit was capped off with a well earned coffee and hot chocolate to warm us all up.
From Collonges, we drove to another medieval town called Sarlat-la-Caneda about 70km away where we visited the old ...
... had recommended the Belvés gourmandis as one of the better ones and it seemed like word had got around. The village square was packed (even the tables in the rain had dripping people happily eating with their happy smiles a little pasted on (presumably for those of us dripping but not sitting). We did a quick circuit, saw the long lines at the food stalls, noted the lack of any places at the tables and bolted. We ended up back at L'escale in Siorac en Périgord ...
... our bodies exude damages them. <b>La Madelene</b> <b>La Roque Saint-Christophe</b> was amazing and very definitely worth stopping for. Inhabited for 55,000 years until during the 100 year war it was destroyed. It nestles on a cliff face above the river. I rather chickened out driving to the car park as ...