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- Lot of Livin’, Dordogne
I've passed through Monbahus many times, and nearly every time I've said, "We need to walk up to that structure on the hill someday." We did just that on one recent afternoon and we were rewarded with an excellent view of the surrounding Lot-et-Garonne countryside as well as a few bits of new knowle... Read moreby Mimi Beck Knudsen on February 5, 2016