Villa Ric

Route de Leyme, St Cere, Midi-Pyrénées, 46400, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from St Cere

November 29th to December 1st - Perigord region

A travel blog entry by emmaandrohan

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... and the clothes were drying by the fire. Ro and I watched a movie, we’d hadn’t done that in ages, and went to bed.

Saturday 30th November.

We drove through some small historical towns today in the Perigord Noir region. We hadn’t realised how many things would be closed at this time of year, so it made our visit a little strange as we felt we were visiting ghost towns. We weren’t sure how it all worked ...

Sunday village market

A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald.

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... After our travellers' lunch, cheese, bread, olives and apples, Jan slept and I began looking at places in Madrid and Valencia and the rail lines. The day broke through with sun, though still cold and we persisted with couch sitting, researching and booking Spain and Morroco. Music, a fire, and a veg and jambon dinner and some Bordeaux saw us out. Sally and Chris got back late, excited about a big old farm, still on the pilgrim trail, they had been shown and that they could ...

A day off has been declared

A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald.

We realised that we are half way through this great adventure. Well within a day or so. The cold has taken possession of Jan, it's raining and it's cold. We are in a great house with Sally and Chris who mean "make yourself at home", old hippies know how to share. I'm cooking tonight la Aveyon (a local sausage, cabbage, mushrooms, carrots and aligot), the fire's going strong, Jan is reading/drowsing/snuffling in bed, there is a bath (something we've ...

Down but not conquered.

A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald.

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... le Fey and finally the larger Entraygues-sur-Truyere, a medieval river port at the confluence of the two rivers. There is an imposing chateau in a relatively small place on a narrow winding road by the river. The town was eerie in that we arrived during the lunch period (two hours) where few people are out, they go home for lunch or lunch out. It's a national institution ... makes you feel ...

Moving on to Conques

A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald.

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Sadly we left Monpazier, a beautiful place. We packed up, breakfasted, hit the market, visited the local history place about Monpazier, which was finally open. Monpazier was a walled city with a moat. Built by Richard I and the town remains an icon of civil design.

We drove down the Lot valley in the Dordogne across and into the Aveyron departement. The stone in the houses got redder. Valleys are densely ...

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5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding