Domaine de Layaude Basse

Chemin de St Jean , Lacoste, Provence, 84480, France | B&B
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A travel blog entry by pwhalen


... br> Driving along "country" roads, turn a corner and there is a magnificant church, fort or castle. The size of the structure seems to bear no correlation to the size of the village or town. Clustered around are stone houses and outhouses, beautiful grey stone with grey slate roofs. Occasionally the stone is a caramel colour, and perhaps the roof slate a soft red. In most of these villages and small hamlets, there appears to be no ...


A travel blog entry by gerryanddavid


... aire in Castelnau Montratier. My fault! I was too ambitious when we did not need to be. Never mind, we found a flat parking space, opened a bottle of red and hunkered down with some pasta and patisserie from the biggest Leclerc I have ever seen. We stopped at the Porte d'Albi on our way to pick up a few essentials - wine! The aire was excellent, just by some windmills - couldn't be a better ...

Your travel guide is too big, make it slimmer!

A travel blog entry by beoms


... tirant gentiement.
Etape 2: enlever les parties une à une en fondant la colle et coupant les fils
Et voilà! Ma vesion du guide ne pèse plus que 400g et me sera a 100% utile! En plus, une fois sur place je pourrai me balader avec juste le petit bout necessaire chaque jour. Je pense qu'il devrait faire des guide 'démontable', ça serait vraiment pratique.

Another sortie from the castle

A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald.


... and Canadians there and had some banter ... rugby, soccer and wine.   We drove back through the countryside, no less beautiful than before. The sun had broken through, the narrow well-made tree-lined roads winding on, giving Jan and the Peugot a chance to sparkle. I am told Napolean ordered trees to be planted along the sides of the roads to enable his armies to march forth in the shade and cover more ground. They now remain as a feature of ...

Out from the Chateau

A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald.


... century windmill got BIG views. We spent some hours exploring and came to rest in a narrow 'park' ringing two sides of the hill near the top, on a seat, taking in the view, tired again and a little awed by the beauty in the vista.

Last night's ghost story agitation passed, though the lyrical nature of the 'crying dove' story about the tower is present. (An early Viscount Lautrec wanted to cement relations with the Viscount ...

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