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|Thanks for the upgrade. Not very mountainous compared to Alps but still kinda interesting.|
|Posted Jan 4, 2004 12:06 pm|
|Thanks for stopping by and voting. Never been there but my folks enjoyed it.|
|Posted Jan 1, 2004 7:39 pm|
|Thank you for your contribution. |
About the location of Les Monédières (notice the precise orthograph in french with é and è), they are in the département Corrèze and belong to the region Limouzin (and not Périgord). Further, you wrote Mont Doré but it is Mont Dore (without ').
4 stars nevertheless for your page about this likeable french region. I am not sure that the region of Les Monédières is described in the proposed book I added another book including the Limouzin region.
Here a link with photos Les Monédières.
Best wishes for 2004 from France !
|Posted Jan 4, 2004 2:42 pm|
|Hi Jean-Louis, Thank you for your corrections to this page. I have a Hachette guide to France but mostly I rely on a large travel/cookbook by Samuel Chamberlain that my parents often used. Alas, Chamberlain has no chapter on Limousin, since as he explains, it is not a true gastronomic province! My father's cousin wanted to retire from Paris and not back to Chateu-Thierry. My parents suggested Treignac to her as an altenative and that has worked for her.|
|Posted Jan 5, 2004 1:09 pm|
|William Marler||Untitled Comment|
|Interesting history. Cheers William|
|Posted Mar 7, 2005 10:17 am|
|Just a head's up to note that the link to the map is not working.|
|Posted Dec 7, 2006 5:09 pm|