Travel Blogs from Collonges, France

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I see red... I see red... I see red!, Collonges-la-Rouge, France travel blog

I see red... I see red... I see red!

A travel blog entry by darrenhough74

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Another pretty little village this time famous for its red brick houses.  A little more life than the last few villages and even a few shops open, one of which specialised in foie gras.  As this is foie gras territory we did as the locals do ...

Quiet Sunday Exploring, Collonges-la-Rouge, France travel blog

Quiet Sunday Exploring

A travel blog entry by blain_holidays


... our time and enjoy the countryside so we took the back roads following the The Lot and Le Vers rivers into the hills arriving at Collonges la Rouge about 2hrs later.  It was a very nice drive with us passing through many small villages with roads so ...

Collonges-la-Rouge, Collonges-la-Rouge, France travel blog


A travel blog entry by eric.suzy


... church, Saint Pierre, dates to the 1100's while most of the houses are from the 1400-1500's. Unlike their waring neighbors, Collonges-la-Rouge was peaceful during the many religious wars in the region when the two aisles of the church were used ...

Chamonix and other voyages :), Collonges-sous-Salève, France travel blog

Chamonix and other voyages :)

A travel blog entry by sashenka


Hello all my family and friends!! I am doing very well! It is my fourth week here! I feel like I have made a small breakthrough in my french language learning! It's a tough language to understand, especially when a native talks; they speak so fast! We ...

Jun 17, 2012, Collonges, France travel blog

Jun 17, 2012

A travel blog entry by sashenka


First day, Collonges, France travel blog

First day

A travel blog entry by sashenka


... english. She is from Sjaelland Denmark, which she pronounces in a strong danish accent. After we settled in we walked down to Collonges and explored. Because it was a sunday I didn't get to try any french pastries..everything was closed! In the evening ...

Un fort dans le mauvais temps, Collonges, France travel blog

Un fort dans le mauvais temps

A travel blog entry by marie-claude.g


... nous choisissons un endroit couvert! Ce sera Fort l'Eglise, un fort constuit au XIIIe siècle pour contrôler l'accès entre la France, la Suisse, Genève et la Savoie selon les époques. Il y a de nombreuses expositions dans les différents étages, ...

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