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rocks. caves. bread.

After leaving Brittany we headed inland to escape the winter vacation crowds. All of the little roads snaking into wine country were positively dreamy-dotted with ruins of castles and charming towns consisting of little more than a boulangerie. 167 more words

The Long And Winding Road

Rocamadour - hillside spectacular

Reluctantly we drove away from Sarlat. That night we would be in Cahors to the south. On the way we detoured to the east to visit Rocamadour. 329 more words


Rocamadour goats cheese

A light cheese course for the lunch menu, Rocamadour goats cheese baked in the oven on a crouton of baguette paysanne, a drizzle of local honey & served with a little herb salad & black cherry compote. 106 more words


When in Bordeaux...

I am happy to announce that a month-long back to back flying has come to an end for this damsel! Couldn’t be happier to pack my summer clothes up and get ready to shake hands with winter ( spot the sarcasm!). 942 more words

For All You Travel Bugs

Laburgade September 2015

Laburgade.Why Laburgade?.Because that’s where our next house sit took us.

With no real fixed itinerary, our plan is to discover and explore neighbouring areas of interest wherever we end up. 1,038 more words

Travelling In Your 50s

A Trip to the Célé in July 2015, Part 7

Rocamadour & Carennac

Sadly today is the last day. But not all is lost as we don’t need to be at the airport until the afternoon and we can still fit in a couple of places to visit along the way. 760 more words


Visit The beautiful Rocamadour village in France

Suspended between heaven and earth on a sheer limestone cliff, Rocamadour is an unforgettable sacred site. In the 11th century, this pilgrimage destination was the third most important in Christendom after Jerusalem and Rome. 159 more words

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