Auberge de la Bruyere

18, Rue du Docteur-Barbanneau, Pouzauges, Pays de la Loire, 85700 , France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 18, Rue du Docteur-Barbanneau, Pouzauges, is near Eglise St-Ouen.
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    Travel Blogs from Pouzauges

    Day 5 : Departing Paris - Friday 27.6.14

    A travel blog entry by whibj on Jun 27, 2014

    5 comments, 19 photos

    ... saw it we headed to Platform 4 to find car 13. This train was 20 carriages long, plus engines! We were able to place our cases in the luggage rack at the carriage entrance and easily found our seats in a four-person booth. The journey was smooth and punctual with one one stop before we arrived at Poitiers. No one checked our tickets on this journey.

    Finding the Avis car rental office was the easy part! Filling out the paperwork went smoothly and then ...

    This is the end

    A travel blog entry by mattd7 on Nov 23, 2013

    2 photos

    ... the veggie patch which was horrible as there was just so many and wasn't very easy to get them out but we got it done, mostly. I have been drinking so much wine every night I think I have become immune! Playing cards and drinking bottles of wine but I don't feel as dunk any more. Looking forward to couchsurfing before home as it's been a while since I hung out with people nearer my age. It'll be good to go out for a drink. Tonight we are ...

    The final countdown

    A travel blog entry by mattd7 on Nov 17, 2013

    8 photos

    ... and putting through the wood chipper, collecting walnuts and we also plucked a couple of pheasants, in the wind, which was a pain in the butt as feathers blow all over the place. A pheasant is easier to pluck than a chicken though! Steve and Jane had bought a pig on the Thursday and after he finished butchering it, Friday they started to turn it into sausages which we helped with. We made up ...

    ...Like a headless chicken

    A travel blog entry by mattd7 on Nov 04, 2013

    2 photos

    ... and a goat! They sell some of these on and keep some for their own consumption. They also have 3 dogs which are just the nicest craziest dogs and two ginger cats, one of which just loves a cuddle. It's so good living with animals again. The first night we were here we had a nice meal and lots and lots of wine again, maybe too much this time, i admit. We taught them our card game and we watched x factor before starting on some other word game they ...

    Gourmet anyone?

    A travel blog entry by fran_c on Oct 29, 2013

    9 photos

    ... and Steve and Jane (our hosts) would have to chase them away so that the did not near the chicken coop. We had biscuit breaks and lunches which were mostly baguettes, pate, cheeses, ham and home made tomato chutney. We would then continue our days work till the job was finished and call it a day. Some other jobs or rainy days included deseeding pea pods and laying mushrooms out to dry.

    I helped Jane make cottage cheese from goats ...