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Too much for one day: Font de Gaume and Lascaux 2 ??

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Rec'd email reservation for 13:00 tour , 31 May at Font de Gaume. Hurray!

We will be driving from Sarlat.

For those who've been, how long did the tour take at Font de Gaume? Is there time to also tour Lascaux 2 later that afternoon (I think it is open until 6 pm) ?
We would stop that morning at Montignac for tickets , before heading down to Font de Gaume.
Perhaps dinner after Lascaux 2 tour, at Table du Terroir (hoping they are open on the last Tues evening of May--have emailed to ask).

Also--light until approx what time pre-summer(end of May/early June) ? i'm guessing country roads are quite dark once the sun sets, and not sure i can handle pitch black roads (which i believe is the D 207 from Montignac back to Sarlat).

Thank you as always for the patience of the Dordogne-experienced Fodorites!

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