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StCirq, question about Dordogne.

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With just 3 weeks until our visit to France, I was just going through my files (and files and files) of notes for our upcoming trip and found an interesting reply you had posted to Uhoh busted's trip report. You mentioned a prehistoric site that was accessible by the "secret door". You requested an email address and you would share your secret. My email address is [email protected], would you be so kind to share?

We are spending 5 greatly anticipated days in the Dordogne, staying in a manoir in St Nathalene. I have most of my "must do" list together of all of the towns and sites that are frequently mentioned here, but was wondering if there are any lesser known places or things to do that you have found in your explorations. I was thinking of hopping in the car one day and just driving, and stopping whenever a town or other things caught our attention. Good idea, or possibly a waste of a day without an agenda? Thanks.

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