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... and the French Revolution so it's known for its unique architecture. The Chateau is now owned and operated by the Monbazillac Cooperative Winery and the delicious wines served and sold in the tasting room are made by members of the Co-op.
As we wended our way home from the chateau we came across machine harvesters picking rows ...
... the cave walls and floors caused by long-extinct cave-bears. I say "apparently", and copy most of this description from a book because, you guessed it, once we finally found the Grotte, the next available tour was an hour and a half from now, je regret! Boo! No glimpse of the cave paintings, and too late to drive to the Lascaux Caves near Montignac!
... are dining on the patio at La Table du Marche in Bergerac, with chef Stephane whipping up wondrous things in his little kitchen inside!
Bergerac is known for, well, Cyrano and Roxanne, of course! And, over the course of our visit to the town, we did discover that this is also a well-known and well-respected wine region (Mon Dieu, what a surprise ...
... eggs, tomatoes and mushrooms. We never had a good salad in England and these taste great. The weather here is warmer during the day and cooler at night. It was 80 when we arrived!
In the morning there is a huge market on the square. You can buy everything from underwear to silk flowers to every imaginable fruit, vegetable, bread, cheese and ...
... 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 ...