Sarlat continued

More of the same.
A nice place - well worth visiting. I could easily have stayed longer. I could even live there - quite easily!

Nice building!

Duck anyone ?

Cockerel anyone? Such a shame I was flying back and could not take on home

Not free range then!

This is the door into the indoor market - massive!

And this is house-mate - and on this occasion, guide.

Lots of stuff I would like to take home to clutter house. But cant because of flying.

Nuts - lots of nuts!

A lovely building

Old 14th century feel - but no smells or anything nasty!

Old well - rather lovely but all spoilt by stupid advertising poster!

There is a lovely feel to Sarlat - in spite of the tourists

I didn't know they had Kebabs back in the 14th Century! well they must have actually - but maybe not in France.


and one reason I would like to live there - pastry shop - magical - and with especially nice apple tart ……..

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      2009.06.25 Edited

      Trust me, Robert, no you wouldn't. In the seven years I had a house there, the only Brits I met in the area either 1) mad or 2) deeply out of their element and slowly coming to terms with the fact they'd made a mistake. It is beautiful - I miss even the smell of the land - but very hard to live in unless you have family there. But try going to the Périgord noir in the winter, when it's even more beautiful, but a bit less touristy.
      Josephine Baker's chateau - which lies on the other side of the river from my house - is up for sale every five years or so and it goes for a song...