Mas du Bouzigaud

Le Cros, Languedoc-Roussillon, 30170, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Le Cros

Hanging with the "Mountain Folk"

A travel blog entry by boujosfamily on Aug 08, 2014

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... into the club house he thought the French people left their children in tents to go get drunk and dance on their own - so when the storm hit they went and got their children the left in the tents from the night. I simply thought that their tents were flooding. It was 12:30, rain was still coming down but not a nearly as hard so we made a run for our camp site, only then did it make sense. Multiple trees ...

Recharge Day

A travel blog entry by greg.wedman on Jul 24, 2014

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Originally, we were thinking about heading to Arles, but decided to take a day of rest and hang out in town. We made it to the church in town, which is open in the mornings. It is a Gothic style church and was built about 800 years ago. It was quite impressive, ...

Last day down South

A travel blog entry by cavinghippy on Jul 23, 2014

... river then beer and takeaway Frittes to accompany our Frittata. Nb. Things not to worry about bringing next time. Too many tinned tomatoes. No baked beans. Not as many veggie burgers etc. soya chunks Good things to bring. Paneer and curry making kit was great. Tom yum paste, great for stir frys. ...

Gorge du Jonte

A travel blog entry by cavinghippy on Jul 22, 2014

Following the worlds windiest and slowest mountain road to Meyrueis we were impressed with this pretty little town with an excellent shop selling recycled goods. We hopped on the bikes and headed 20k along the gorge seeing Vultures soaring high above the steep walls. After the torturous drive we found ...

South of France - Day Trips

A travel blog entry by ferringk on Sep 21, 2012

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... That last bus leaves Beziers at 6:15 so I have had to cut my days a little shorter then I might have liked, but after walking around for 6 or 7 hours I am pretty tired and ready to get off my feet. They have a really good bus system through the region that goes from village to village and they are charter buses, not the standard public transport that I was expecting. Darren actually was traveling along the same route that was taking me to Sete the other day so I went to the ...