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TLS to Sarlat--via CAUSSADE?

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Renting car at Blagnac on a Monday morning (May 30, in case that might matter). Destination that day is our rented flat in Sarlat. As it is a Monday, i thought a good stop might be the market in Caussade. I assume it ends about noon? Thoughts?

Additional Ideas for a couple stretch-our-legs villages (but not too much!) on the way to Sarlat after Caussade? We'll be eager to arrive to our flat in Sarlat, but a couple stops on the way would add to a lovely first full-day.

Also, we arrive into Toulouse evening of May 29, so this first full day, May 30, we're hoping to have slept off much of the "jet -lag"

Comme tourjours, merci beaucoup!

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