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Grocery or Supermarket
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Point of Interest
“Parcours 18 trous, très vallonné et technique, green fee env 55€. Parcours pitch and putt 6 trous, très sympa. Magnifique practice, en centre ville.”
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Parc
“Le parc Jean Marc est un des parcs de Saint Etienne. A deux pas du logement il permet de faire de belles balades en pleine nature. Et si vous avez quelques habitudes sportives, il se prête à merveille aux sessions de footing sans prendre la voiture puisque 5 min en petites foulée vous suffiront pour y accéder.”
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Supérette
“Disposant à la fois d'une vraie boucherie et d'une poissonnerie, ce supermarché est la bonne adresse pour de vraies courses, sans les files d'attentes et le stress des centres commerciaux.”
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Grocery or Supermarket
Parc
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Electronics Store
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Route
“The golf course at 1600m provides a stunning mountain backdrop with views of Mont Blanc ”
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Grocery or Supermarket
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Hôpital
“A la fois hôpital principal et un centre universitaire de formations aux carrières de Santé. Peu de logements étudiants proches, parkings voitures saturés. Accessible en 15 mn par tram ”
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Locality
“The Grotte de Villars is an impressive cave in the north of the Dordogne department near to Brantome. It is mostly a natural cave full of stalactites and stalagmites but also has a few small prehistoric drawings. Grotte de VillarsThe Grotte de Villars was discovered in 1953 by the Perigueux Potholing club. During a visit you will explore about 500m of this incredible underground network but in fact it extends over more than 13km and is the largest in the Perigord region. As you meander through the channel carved out by the river you can admire literally thousands of stalactites and stalagmites. Various chambers have also been hollowed out and at one of these you can admire a sound and light show where groups of stalactites and stalagmites are illuminated rendering them even more impressive. Note that the sound and light show begins in complete darkness and then the sounds replicate the storms and rains that helped to form the caves. It is best to warn small children so they are not scared. Aswell as the natural displays in the caves there are also prehistoric paintings dating back 17000 years. Some of these are covered in the same calcite deposit that forms the stalactites and results in a kind of natural glaze. It also changes the colour of the drawings from black to blue. As well as the horse in the main picture above there is a bison and, very rarely, a human figure. In all the prehistoric cave paintings found throughout the world it is extremely rare to see a person painted. There is also a section of roof in the cave where you can clearly see the claw marks made by bears at the end of their hibernation to re-sharpen their claws before leaving the caves. A recent addition to the site is a 'Prehistoric Garden'. A two hectare park has been turned into a garden growing the kind of plants Cro Magnon men and women would have been used to. Information boards describe which of these would have been eaten, which animals would have been around and how they hunted. In the summer children and adults can try their hand at a bit of wall painting. Or try your hand at 'propeller shooting' which is the way prehistoric man 'threw' their spears. Workshops take place during weekday afternoons in July and August and are free.”
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Centre commercial
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