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Sep 7, 2019 - Day 8 Transfer to Cahors

Highlights - An early start and we zoomed the 4.5kms to the car rental place in no time. No traffic at 8am Sat in the centre of the city. Yippee! - Collected car. Loaded bikes and off we drove to Brive-Le-Gaillard - Trip was 4.5hrs, mostly on autoroutes (freeways ) including a lunch stop at a reasonable services centre). - Did the last bit of the trip on the small back roads which were lovely but better on a bike than a car - Dropped the car off and rode to station to catch train. - We (Tom) did our good deed for the day and helped an...

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Sep 1, 2014 - Stage 5 Marcilhac-sur-Cele to Cahors 65 Klm

Stage 5 Marcilhac-sur-Cele to Cahors 65 Klm 1 September 2014 Petit dejeneur - Gite St Pierre Corn flakes Day old bread (bakery closed on Mondays) Salted or unsalted butter Selection of jams Coffee & tea The price Dinner bed & breakfast 34e The weather 14 - 27 fog in the morning, hot in the afternoon The ride - Vallee du Cele et Lot Everyone now super fit and not worried by the windy conditions. Magnificent river riding initially in the fog. We traversed several tunnels on our way to St Cirq La Popie, yet another grand French site for a...

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Oct 4, 2012 - Southern France

We flew to Paris from Berlin, picked up a Hertz rental car and made our way through beautiful countryside to Cahors, France. The roads are great and the speed limit is 130 kms/hr except when raining and then its 110kms/hr. Still took us about 6 hours. Originally our plan was to stay in Sarlatt as this is the area we had planned to visit a few caves. We had not booked ahead and when we did try to book a hotel/hostel….none were to be found!! All sold out. So we changed our plans and went to Cahors about 1.5 hrs south of Sarlatt. We were...

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