On the way to Sarlat we spent one night in Chanonceaux, a charming town outside of Amboise. It is best known for the Chateau Chanonceau, the third most visited chateau in France. We didn’t have time for the chateau, but did walk around town and may return in late September to see more.
We stayed at La Roseraie, recommended by Rick Steves. It was lovely and dinner was outstanding. Here are a few photos.
We are now in Sarlat, a jewel of a midieval city. Our house is just outside the old wall. In a few steps we can be wandering a warren of narrow lanes filled with shops, churches, homes, etc. More about this city soon.
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Looks charming, and a great dinner adds to the fun!
Beautiful town. Beautiful pictures. What a wonderful trip, Paul and Jean.
So idyllic, halcyon, sweet, and very French. I can smell the blossoms, taste the wine.