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Carlux, France

In the summer 2014 edition of CAA (Canadian equivalent of AAA) magazine, Chris Hadfield, Commander of the International Space Station, explains his unique method of choosing where to have a Christmas holiday with his family.
The result one year was Carlux, France which he describes as his favourite holiday.

We spent one winter in Carlux, minding the house of a well-respected Fodors contributor. That, too, was our favourite winter. The Dordogne area of France will always remain our preferred corner of the world.

Hopefully this link will allow you to glance at Chris's comments:

http://emag.caamagazine.com/i/301029/10

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