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Not quite so medieval as some of the other gorgeous little towns in this part of the Dordogne but Le Bugue has given us some unexpected pleasures - not least of them the delightful hotel Le Cygne with its fabulous restaurant and masterful chef, Bruno. We had a brilliant meal here and wondered why it didn't have a Michelin star.
... and usually driven by Begiums or Dutch. The speed limits on the major highways is 130k/hour. The speed limits on the smaller rural roads is typically 90 k/hour. The roads are quite windy in this part of France and I think one would be hard pressed to drive faster then 60 k in many of the areas as you would merely go flying off the road.
Our vehicle takes diesel which they call Gazole her which caused confusion the first time we filled up. French car ...
... could go buy the ticket that you're supposed to purchase on entry, write your number plate on the back and put it in the box provided. How polite! Back home via the supermarket and two petrol stations - the first one had instructions in French and no one nearby to assist so we had to find one with a person! Got our dinner for tonight (salmon) and a few bits and pieces before heading home & over to the pool and aperitifs with our ...
... which appears to be several acres on which there was a large farm house which looks like it must be easily 3000 square feet. It was built in the 19 th century. The farm had been a tobacco farm. Think cash crop. This was why the house was so nice and large. Peter and Karen live in the house and they converted the large limestone barn into three rental units. The conversion is very modern. We are in the Rosier ie the rose ...
We have had a busy two days. First I will start with the castles. We visited Chateau Castelnaud yesterday. It is a very well preserved castle perched high above the Dordogne River on a menacing cliff. There has been a fortified structure on this site since Roman times and a stone castle since 1100. It has seen multiple revisions until 1600 to account for advances in warfare. It was last revised to accommodate cannons. The fort seemed to change hands ...