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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... we visited Monpazier, a small village of 500 or so people in the Dordogne area. It is a 13th century Bastide town founded and built by King Edward 1st of England. Eleanor of Aquitane and Richard 2nd of England also lived there for a while. This probably explains why their are so many poms living in this area - they are probably all descendants of the Kings! Home to do a lap of Issigeac, then Garth cooked a magnificent Norwegian salmon for ...
... limits, but also so we could appreciate the buildings, churches, towers, and gardens. Also our getaway from Albi was thwarted by police having cutoff all access to the main bridge out of Albi, requiring us to do some brilliant navigating (by moi) to find an alternative route. Not sure what we would ever have done without 'City maps to go' with its off-line satellite mapping which tells us exactly where we are, and which direction we are going! ...
... hang on the vines well into the fall so the moisture and coolness of the weather causes a fungus to grow, concentrating and intensifying the sweetness of the juice in each grape. At about this time of year, vintners travel up and down the rows examining the fruit every few days, clipping off by hand those bunches that are considered 'rotten enough'! ...
... for upwards of 10,000+ years! In these caves dotted throughout the valley, hundreds of cave drawings and paintings, both polychrome and single colour, have been discovered, some of them dating back to 15,000 BC!
We did a day trip to Les-Eyzies-de-Tayec-Sireuil (thankfully just called Les Eyzies!) to check out the Musee National de Prehistoire and ...
... find ourselves here!) and a beautifully maintained medieval 'port' town on the Dordogne River (even though the ocean at Bordeaux is hundreds of kilometres away!). Sadly, despite popular belief, Count Cyrano, invented by 19thC playwright Edmond Rostand, actually has very little connection to Bergerac, and may only have stayed here a night or two way back ...