big familly trip in Dordogne

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  1. jean baptiste

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    we were 16 people, a small portion of the family, one started from grolejac until limeuil is approximately 54 kilometers in 4 days, owing to the fact that one stays 16 people the choice of the camp-site (children take three showers per days and other never do canoeing) is to impose. Sufficient water, the Dordogne is revealed has us, beautiful and majestic, at the court of our navigation the villages and castles makes it still more beautiful. The mornings are magic, the tourists are not yet on the water, have can thus benefit fully from the beauty of the places, fauna and the flora is offer has us. There is full of place to "wild camp", this river has to make and has to remake in family


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    Over the hills and through the woods.
    Très jolie!

    Merci pour les photos!

    p.s. salut d'un ancien de Trouville.
     
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    Canoes and castles....cool!

    Good times - great photos!
     
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    What a great trip! Beautiful countryside!

    Thank you for posting.
     
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    Very nice. The photos of the castles and the river remind me of the Michael Crichton novel, Timeline.
     
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    Incredible, thanks for posting.:57:
     
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    Thanks for the pics of your trip. Looks like the family had a fine time in a beautiful place!

    Regards,

    ezra
     
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    Riet perdy trip, looks like everyone was havin a fine time! Love history an yall got lots of it on that trip!
     
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    I really enjoyed the photos! Thanks for posting.
     
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    Great Pictures! Not to much architecture, that old, over here.:1:
     
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    Great Photos! I wish we had places like that over here in Minnesota.
     

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