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Paris (3/11-3/12)

March 13, 2013  •  1 Comment
We took a TGV from Angoulême to Paris and arrived in the evening. It was cold and raining but that did not discourage us from exploring. I decided to focus my attention on enjoying the night with Lindsay so I left my camera at the hotel. I did get a few iPhone shots of our night though. We took the metro to the Hotel de Ville, and walked in a bit o...
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Périgueux and Angoulême (3/10-3/11)

March 11, 2013  •  Leave a Comment
After a long day of exploring sights of the Dordogne, we headed to Perigueux, the capital of the region, and my home for 3 months in early 2001. It was strange to be there for the first time in 12 years, and memories flooded back as we passed by familiar streets and neighborhoods. I lived only a few blocks from the large Cathédrale St-Front in the...
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Les Cabanes de Breuil (3/10)

March 10, 2013  •  Leave a Comment
We left Castelnaud and took a very rural route in the rain, stopping at Les Cabanes de Breuil. The rain magically stopped to let a warm sunlight through as we explored this working farm. Sheep, geese and ducks roamed the grounds as we walked around the stone huts. The age and purpose of these stone huts is controversial and mysterious. Many hypo...
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Castelnaud (3/10)

March 10, 2013  •  Leave a Comment
From Beynac we went to see the quaint and beautiful village La Roque Gageac, a tiny town nestled between limestone cliffs and the Dordogne river. Unfortunately the only road in town was completely torn up for remodeling so that idea was scrapped. It also ruined my plan for a great photo of the village. Oh well. We moved on from there to Beynac's r...
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Beynac-et-Cazenac (3/10)

March 10, 2013  •  Leave a Comment
We woke up in Sarlat and began our day exploring the Dordogne. I was probably most excited for this day, to show Lindsay some of the sights I had seen years before and share my fond memories of the area. We drove to Beynac, my favorite castle in all of France. We stopped in the small town of Beynac-et-Cazenac, where we got a breakfast of cheezy...
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