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Market in Domme?

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Hi, thanks for your input. I have changed my itinerary considerably since the last time I posted, based on your replies.

I am going to be car camping in Sarlat for 2 nights the first week of May, and the only market that will coincide with the 3 days I'll be there is in Domme on Thur (arriving in Sarlat Wed. evening). I was thinking of going first thing in the morning, and later in the morning taking a gabarres ride from Beynac, lunching in La Roque-Gageac, and in the afternoon seeing Font de Gaume. Our time in France doesn't seem like it will coincide with any other markets in any of the places I'm going, and I've never been to a French market. Can you help me decide whether with 2 kids ages 8 and 10 going to market is worth getting up earlier and having a less leisurely morning, and whether it will take a long time to go into town, park, and then leave for Beynac?

thank you, Ming

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