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caves in the Dordogne

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My husband and I will be staying near Sarlat for 4 nights this July; I'd like to visit Font de Gaume and the Lascaux 2 caves. What is the best way of managing this? Should we do them both in the same day or is it better to do them on 2 separate days? The latter seems preferable. Is it possible to reserve either by the internet? I've sent an email to the place we are staying, asking if they could make reservations, but I haven't heard back from the B&B yet. I know that these places can get busy in the summer, and I'd really like to see them, particularly Font de Gaume, so I want to make sure I take care of this before our trip.
Suggestions or ideas, anyone?

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