Auberge De L'Atre

Address: Les Lavaults, Quarre-les-Tombes, Burgundy, 89630, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Les Lavaults, Quarre-les-Tombes.
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Travel Blogs from Quarre-les-Tombes


A travel blog entry by downer on Jun 27, 2015

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Well we didn't stay to listen to the frogs and have moved along to Quarre-Les-Tombes for a night in its Aire. A great stopover in Quarre-Les-Tombes with a little village square, few shops and cafe/bars. We were woken Sunday morning with many cyclists getting registered and prepared for the local monutain bike race, the village also has a small market on and we enjoyed a coffee watching it all go on in the ...

Mountsauche-Les-Settons Lake...

A travel blog entry by downer on Jun 25, 2015

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... local restaurant with the free wifi. Served by the French Girl that sounded Dutch and even she said the she disliked the French accents..? The owners also had a golden cocker spaniel 8 years old... Great free Aire and would definitely return for chill ...


A travel blog entry by downer on Jun 25, 2015

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... looking Italian that over looked the Cathedral, we weren't disappointed as we lunched on a fabulous salad each with a beer and glass of vino, the Pizzas looked awesome so we were impressed with our will power and stuck with the salad!!! After a few hours walking around the town we decided to move on to the next ...

Beauty and Limits

A travel blog entry by kayllisti on May 18, 2015

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... real dick. By the time I made it to the small village Cuncy-les-Varzy, I didn’t think that I could make it to Varzy, which was another 6km. I was barely able to put one foot in front of the other, and I found myself stumbling every other step. I am so glad that I had my trekking poles to help me stay upright. I felt a mixture of nausea and like I was going to faint. Finally, I arrived in Varzy. I felt like I had aged 20 years. I stopped and asked two old men for directions to the ...

Rudeness and Advice

A travel blog entry by kayllisti on May 17, 2015

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... to Vezelay to escape the bustle of Paris for a long weekend. She was also staying in one of the houses belonging to the fraternity. She said that she comes here every once and a while to reflect on life and pray. I told her that I was a pilgrim, and she was concerned that I may feel lonely and find the French people to be rude. She explained that French people only show the emotions that they feel, and that if they are having a bad day, everyone around them will know ...