We are driving from Narbonne through to Calais on our way back to the uk on the last part of our holiday. Does anyone know of a nice (not a chain) château where we can stay that is doggie friendly. We are looking in the limousin area
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Does anyone know an English speaking taxi firm to go from Limoges to St Junien at 11pm on a Sunday night. We have broken down and RAC have arranged a hotel for us in St Junien but my mum is arriving at Limoges train station tonight.
I´m staying 3 nights in Perigueux,,,what shouldn´t I miss seeing(buying) while I´m there? I´m interested in antiques, childrens clothes and toys, and cheap clothing stores.I´m Also going to be in limousin and auvergne... any tips are welcomed gratefully
We are taking our dog on our next trip to France.Anyone know of a vet in the Brive/Tulle area that is familiar with the PETS scheme? i.e. does the vacinations, has the correct paperwork etc. Thanks
Hi all, We're heading over to Europe for a quick 2-week vacation, finishing with 5 days in Limousin/Correze. Neither of us has ever been in this region--though we both know it's exactly the kind of thing we'd enjoy--but we've done a lot of research on food, lodging and places to see. So how does this itinerary sound? Day 1: From Paris, drive south of Limoges (3-4 hours?) and stay in Ségur-le-Château or someplace nearby. Day 2: See the area, then drive a little further west, perhaps a little into Aquitaine, and then back east to stay in in Verteillac (found a nice B&B). Day 3: See the area and head down through Perigueux to Bergerac, and then head east to stay someplace near the Caves of Lascaux/Sarlat-Le-Caneda area (Lalinde, Les Eyzies-de-Tayac, etc). It would be nice to time it so that we were in Sarlat on the Wednesday to see the market, right? Day 4: See the area, and make our way east to Correze--perhaps just SE of Brive (Beynat, Argentat, etc.). Found many B&Bs here. Day 5: See the area around Beaulieu-le-Dordogne, Rocamadour, etc., spend the night someplace around there, or head further SE into Correze? Day 6: Head back up towards Paris, perhaps Bourges, Vierzon, etc? No idea what is in this area, but we need to be close to Paris for our flight the next day! Would more time in the Correze/Dordogne be better than hanging around [what appears to be] a more touristy area around Limousin/Perigord? We'd prefer off-the-beaten track stuff. Any comments&info would be greatly appreciated--thanks!!
Hi, I know the New Year has only just begun but I am already getting itchy feet. Therefore, I'm thinking of taking a cheap flight over to Limoges later this month and I was just wondering if anyone knew whether there would be much going on this time of the year? Is it a city which is worth a visit? What is there to do there and where can I visit in the surrounding area? I'm thinking of spending 3-4 nights there in total. Any feedback would be welcome! Fk
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