Domaine de la Chevaliniere

La Force, Aude, Languedoc-Roussillon, 11270, France | B&B
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A travel blog entry by annieandgary123


... paintings.

This prehistory is rich in story, from ice age to glaciers melting and sea levels rising. Through all of these many thousands upon thousands of years, the fauna and flora have their own stories. Our imagination is filled up with visions of woolly rhinoceros among several species of rhinoceros, cave bear, woolly mammoth, reindeer, the stag, ibex, wild sheep, bison, musk ox (a favorite of mine when visiting Nome, Alaska), elephant, horse along ...

Around the south of France

A travel blog entry by joelmeeker


Because of the relatively late evening last night, we slept a little longer this morning, and skipped breakfast. There was a kettle in the room, so we just had some instant coffee to help open our eyes and get us on the road. We had about two hours to drive to Narbonne, nestled in thousands of acres of vineyards, as are many parts of the south of France.

Marjolaine had forgotten her battery charger for her camera, and since this will be quite a long ...

Way more fun than I expected!

A travel blog entry by france2014


Okay, what is not to like about this ? Sleeping late, cheese and croissant for breakfast, walk to the village for photo opportunity.
yesterday we went to the medieval city and walked the path to Cather hide out. More on this later.

right now ...

The first few weeks in France

A travel blog entry by annieandgary123


... the mastery of fire. I found Lascaux quite moving in ways difficult to describe.

We followed this visit to Lascaux II with visits to menhirs (large shaped stones set into the earth, often in circles), and dolmens (menhir like stone walls with large flat stones placed on top). These ancient pre-history sites have been preserved and are present throughout the countryside, often marked with a sign on a country road pointing toward ...

Up the canal

A travel blog entry by 5plimmers


... succession. Some of the lock keepers (eclusiers) are more friendly and helpful than others and some locks are more interesting than others. Some of the first locks we came across were selling local wines, water, ice blocks and postcards. Another lock was selling amazing figurines and sculptures the lock keeper had made out of old machinery and wires-there were people, turtles, a flamingo, a pig.....when we reached a ...


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