Dordogne River (France)

Dordogne River

Dordogne River

Dordogne Cliff

Dordogne Cliff

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73 thoughts on “Dordogne River (France)

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    • Dolomite (north Italy). We took a train to Bolzano, then took a bus to a small town the next day. We hiked for hours, got lost, no one spoke English and no signs… I really think we found it by luck. πŸ™‚

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  3. Great photos…they remind me of our road trips in Europe where I always seem to be looking straight down from the passenger side window of our car. πŸ™‚

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    • Thank you so much for stopping by and taking time to leave comment! When I was making the post, I felt like to start packing πŸ™‚

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    • Glad to see you, Meredith! I would love to see Dordogne again, and again… But, I’m not sure we can find the earth pyramid again 😦

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  5. Glorious views… yes, the French ones got to me, something abut the bridge, the winding river, knowing how cold and fresh the water would be… the different greens… a poem…

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    • I still feel lucky that we found the earth pyramids. Love how you describe it. Because of the steep valley, these pyramids were well preserved.

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  6. Gorgeous and breathtaking and makes me itchy to pack again πŸ™‚ Some of your sights coincide with mine – no surprise there, right?! πŸ™‚ Wish you a safe and enjoyable trip to China my dear!

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