Was booked for 12.00, and was put onto the earlier tour at 10.45.
Was put on a french speaking tour, and we were given a scrap of paper showing a handwritten note about high Co2 levels in the cave. Heed this warning, if you have respiratory issues, do not go into the caves, we were all short of breath, and even the guide was having issues breathing!
We were given a paper guide to the tour, which was very well written, however hard to read in the low light of the caves.
The caves were spectacular and well worth the trip, however we were at the back of the group and found that the lights were being turned off before we could see some of the paintings.
Visited the cafe, the hot food seemed lacking so we ended up sticking to the ice creams and a soft drink.
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