Donzenac to Montignac – 13 September 2018

After spending hours behind the wheel yesterday we wanted a day with a bit less driving. Around fifty minutes took us to Montignac, out of Limousin and into Dordogne. The motorway took us over many high viaducts, up hills and back down again, causing the brakes to smell a bit by the time we got to the destination. Montignac has a good one-way system so if you miss the campsite it is easy to go back round again. There is also a new aire on the outskirts of town that looks worth stopping at.  However, the campsite has fast, free internet and a bar and a takeaway.

Road a little bit slow and bendy once off the motorway.  Planning three days here, enough to visit the local cave person art and Saturday market.

The ducks here are well fed but maybe have a slightly less charmed life than the ducks we know at home

Pretty houses in Montignac

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