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Half way Geneva to Sarlat

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We have decided to hire a car and do a road trip from Geneva to Sarlat and then on to Sereilhac where will be visiting our friends for 3 days. We prefer not to drive in the dark. As we arrive in Geneva at lunchtime (on a Friday 1 April 2016) please help us pick from the following options:

OPTION 1
Day 1 Pick up car at 12 noon - Leisurely drive stopping overnight somewhere on the route to Sarlat.
Day 2 Drive on to Sarlat (is there somewhere on the way we should stop?)- Explore Sarlat area in afternoon - we are particularly interested in the gardens nearby - Overnight Sarlat
Day 3 Explore Sarlat area - late afternoon drive to Sereilhac

OR

OPTION 2
2 Day 1 Pick up car at 12 noon - drive through to Sarlat
Day 2 Explore Sarlat area
Day 3 Explore Sarlat area - late afternoon drive to Sereilhac

Thank you.

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