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Travel Blogs from Rocamadour
... with Sarlat. This was the one place still alive, there were markets on and some shops open. Small narrow laneways, cobbled streets, wonky roofs covered in moss. It looked like a French village looks in the movies. So they really are like that. Red roofs, all made out of stone, town squares and small shops.
We drove through the ghost towns of Carsac, Montfort, Domme and La Roque Gageac. Montfort had just had new paths and gardens built it seemed and ...
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 picture in the lat blog og Bargate was actully Lee Seddon and his two boys, my mistook.
We are presently in Sarlet and on our way to Carccassone.
For tghose downunder we hope the bushfires re not intruding on youir lives.
Sse you all quite soon
Dave and Lona ...
We travel North-Westwards, stopping at a lovely cottage in Gourdon (http://www.location-gite-gourdon.com/) .
The weather remains tranquil and we spend a pretty relaxing few days here, lolling about the garden, cooling off in the pool, enjoying outdoor bar-be-queues, or exploring the local pathways and byways, past the lovely cottages and barns and well-kept gardens. A trip to the local supermarket is also ...