Saying Goodbye to Dordogne

I'm setting out early this morning, leaving the Dordogne region for Nice, a long day, and hoping to return my rental car in early for a train ticket to avoid the drive, so I can relax and read while enjoying the rest of the journey. (And because the tolls and gas alone will be more than my monthly car payment! - Yes, I highly underestimated the price of a rental car here... with the crappy dollar conversion... Americans need a 2nd mortgage to drive abroad.)

I'll be staying at my first hostel - yikes! Supposed to be one of the top rated in Europe, but still after my first bed and breakfast, chateau, Paris apartment, and London flat, this will be a change. I will remain optimistic though! :)


House outside Beynac.

Beynac Castle.

 My evening writings at Les Quatre Pins.


As excited as I am to be home and not living out of a suitcase anymore, or rather unpacking and packing again every week... it gets harder to leave each place and I'm overcome with emotion. It will be especially hard to leave this little place of bliss and my memorable evenings in the warm French sun and delightful company.

Happy 30th Birthday to my sister-in-law Jen!

Comments

  1. Gorgeous scenery lady, I have been lapping up your holiday posts like a woman possessed. I'm so jealous but SO happy I can live my dreams vicariously through you. xox

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  2. so beautiful....stunning pictures.....enjoy


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  3. That last picture looks like one out of a movie...LOVE it!!!

    Liesl :)

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  4. love the picture nice post!

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  5. Keep having fun.. we miss you!

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  6. I want to live in that little farm house!!!

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