We flew to France and made our way to the Dordogne Valley where we stayed at the picturesque market town of Sarlat for four nights, where the narrow twisting alleys are lined with 13th century buildings made from the local luminous golden stone.
Sarlat is the capital of the Perigord Noir and is a remarkably conserved Medieval city. Strolling through the small streets and alleys in the historical centre you are seemingly transported centuries back into a past full of glorious memories.
The architecture was out of this world.
The flowers were gorgeous
And the street lamps ornate
I hope you enjoyed this little taster and will update our travel blog tomorrow.
Bye for now