Thanks for the upgrade. Not very mountainous compared to Alps but still kinda interesting.
Thanks for stopping by and voting. Never been there but my folks enjoyed it.
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 !
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.
Interesting history. Cheers William
Just a head's up to note that the link to the map is not working.