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Of all the sites I visited, I enjoyed this one the best. This cave is still open to the public but for shorter and shorter visits. Our guide was extremely knowledgeable. He was not just a docent. This is his area of expertise. He had...More
an extraordinary setting packed with history: pre-historic, roman, medieval, present day
we were privy to an informative presentation of the skills, trades of pre-historic peoples and how they gathered to exchange their knowledge much as modern man does today at conferences
You can walk through...More
We spent a delightful couple of hours at this humble archaeological site. Part of its charm is not being an attraction with a capital A. Its background as a major centre for nomadic Palaeolithic populations has been only partially revealed for visitors. More evidence must...More
This was an amazing day, memorable beyond description (although I'll try). Our group was scheduled for a full day of learning at Castle Merle. First major insight, we were not "cave men" we were shelter dwellers. And the shelters, occupied by Cro-Magnon man are 35,000...More
WE had a comfortable room adjacent to the garden. We dined in two nights and both dinners were excellent. We eat in some nearby villages on the other two nights. Our hosts were very welcoming and helpful. We extended our stay as long as we...More
One of many similar sites in this area. We only walked to the site in the late afternoon, and it was then closed to the paying visitors. I am sure it had much more to offer, but site looked rather tired and uncared for.
This was ok if you are French as the guide said he was to lazy to translate into English.
It is not as described in the 2014 Valle Vezire tourist guide as it says how to demonstrate how to light a fire using flint,ale some...More