In France’s Dordogne region, a land of castles and caves calls for deep exploration

By Tom Shroder, The Washington Post, August 3, 201

When our children were 11 and 9, young enough to still be entirely inside the family circle but old enough to remember, we splurged on a “once in a lifetime vacation” and rented a small farmhouse in Southwestern France outside the village of Saint-Cyprien.

How The French Dordogne Includes More Than Castles And Cuisine

Tom MullenContributor, Forbes, Mar 30, 2017, 07:43am
I write about lifestyle, food and wine from a base in France

The Dordogne département of southwest France is internationally renowned for more than medieval castles and foie gras cuisine.

It is also laden with a generous smattering of pre-historic sites that provide insight into the evolution of early humans.

1 logis à Domme, a good address in the Dordogne

Sylvie CLERGERIE, 24 Mars 2018, Blog: Le coin des voyageurs

A pretty guest house in one of the most beautiful villages in France

Aujourd'hui samedi 24 mars 2018,  c'est la première Journée de l'hôte en France !

J'espère que cette initiative d'Eviivo va bien fonctionner et perdurer car nous sommes tous gagnants aujourd'hui :

les hôtes bénéficient de plein de petites attentions supplémentaires

The Food, Wine and Life Of Bruno, Chief Of Police Saint Denis, France

Nick Passmore , CONTRIBUTOR I write about wine and spirits. JUL 15, 2017

“ ‘Here’s another new one for you to try,’ said Jack, handing Bruno a glass of white wine. ‘Domaine de l’Ancienne Cure at Colombier.’ Bruno grinned at Jack. Now retired, Jack spent one afternoon each week visiting a different vineyard in Bergerac, and with some nine hundred winegrowers, he claimed it was a useful incentive to live another twenty years.”