Nestled in Champagnac de Belair, in the heart of the Périgord, le Moulin du Roc was built in 1670 on the Dronne, a river which runs through its grounds. The thirteen rooms of the Moulin Du Roc are divided between the three buildings of the Moulin, interconnected by a felicitous maze of footbridges, terraces and intimate staircases.
Spend some time on the walking bridges—we love the Pont des Arts, which connects the left bank to the Louvre. Enter the museum this way, walking from the left over to the right bank, into the interior courtyard of the Louvre. When you turn left, you get the best shot of the pyramid. Have a coffee at Café Marly, which overlooks the pyramid. Paris, France