The Village House

Address: 3 rue du Theron, Gabian, Languedoc-Roussillon, 34320, France | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on 3 rue du Theron, Gabian.
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      DTS Week 11: A Summary

      A travel blog entry by gerrittnmaggie on Nov 11, 2014

      ... view the world, versus the world view of The Kingdom. There was a lot during that teaching that I had never heard before, and everyone really gained a lot of new perspective.

      Week 8: "Identity in Christ" taught by the lovely Janet Weiner. This is also usually a very intense week, as it tends to expose and break down a lot of lies that we usually believe about ourselves, and helps us face the truth of who God has created us to be ...

      Montpellier, The City of Crepes ;) But not really

      A travel blog entry by slonge on Nov 09, 2014

      15 photos

      ... the train station, as she met up with us here, and from then on we stayed a total of 5 foreigners touring around this beautiful country. We then toured around the city, walking in the streets of Montpellier, wondering where the next one would take us. We occasionally used the map to find a certain monument to see, but for the most part, we just wandered, taking in the sites.

      Not being bound by time lines, and having the option to fully enjoy the moment at hand ...

      In the land of good bread and butter

      A travel blog entry by mikenmp on Oct 18, 2014

      5 photos

      ... the hotel was so beautiful, and empty except for us. So we conspired to have pizzas delivered, the hotel bartender/waiter, Pepe, stoked a fire for us in the library, and we all snuggled down into wing back chairs in front of a fire where we drank, ate, and laughed for hours. It was so wonderful to feel like we were in someone's home (like, Lord Grantham's home) for an evening. Our final day of cycling took us a short trip up (another climb!) to an ...

      The Push for the Med Continues!

      A travel blog entry by jenniferklm on May 29, 2013

      7 comments, 22 photos

      ... walk the canal, visit other charming villages nearby, as well as the bigger but very interesting towns Narbonne and Séte and then come back and be treated like royalty by Dirk and Lucretia.

      The restaurants in Le Somail are all good apparently. We had a great dinner at a place just down the street called Plan B. The restaurant was in what seemed to be an old stone barn or some kind of agricultural building, with all young people working in the open kitchen ...

      Loving Languedoc

      A travel blog entry by scootergal on Jun 30, 2012

      18 photos

      Languedoc is reasonably flat vineyard country although it has a mountain or two just to make it interesting. The weather was a bit iffy when we woke up so our planned trip to the seaside was delayed by a second cup of coffee.

      Although it was overcast and misty, Mike assured me if wouldn't rain so we headed off to get some lunch in Marseillan. We took some lovely little ...