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- Travel, travails and happinesses, Dordogne
Hot and weary, we made our way to Martel, a medieval village with a preserved railway just down the road from our hotel, the Relais Ste Anne. The husband had of course, been right to pay a bit more for this experience. Old convent buildings (I think) have been converted into a variety of rooms with ... Read moreby Helen on October 4, 2015
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