Auberge de Concasty

Address: Concasty, Boisset, Auvergne, 15600, France | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Concasty, Boisset.
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    Oh well, here we go again.

    A travel blog entry by megandlaurie on Jul 09, 2015

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    ... had his favourite, Ris D'Agneau followed by roast Guinea fowl then baked apricots for dessert, I had Fois Gras, yum, the most succulent veal followed by fromage of the region, a cheese trolley to die for. We started well with a chilled champagne then a Madiran 2007 tannat, which went perfectly with all courses. Of course the French can't help themselves, there were amuses bouche at every opportunity, just fabulous. Into bed, exhausted and readying ourselves for ...

    Chateau D'Azay le Rideau.

    A travel blog entry by megandlaurie on Jul 08, 2015

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    ... century the then owner dug great pools and diverted the river to create the impression that the chateau is floating on water. The consequent gardens are outstanding in a fairly natural way. We invited our hosts in for drinks and cheese and we exchanged gifts of wine before we did some more cleaning up. I am still worried that we will not get everything into the station wagon. We just can't imagine where the last 3 months have gone, it is with great sadness that we are preparing to ...

    Preparing to leave

    A travel blog entry by megandlaurie on Jul 07, 2015

    ... had a delightful evening and it was a true mixture of Frenglish. They have settled here from England and are in the process of major renovations. They have nothing but praise for the local trades but admit that sometimes patience is required. We have pangs of jealousy but rest assured we are coming ...

    Western Front with Gav

    A travel blog entry by steve.chappo on Jun 29, 2015

    ... of date leadership, at least in the early years (like July 1, 1916). July to Nov 1916 Allies had 3m soldiers involved and 1.2m killed or injured or missing in that period. July 1, 1916 around Poziers saw 100,000 men over the top and 58,000 killed or injured or missing, including all but 68 of 800 Newfoundlanders who went over the top in a second ...

    Mur-de-Barrez

    A travel blog entry by downer on Jun 17, 2015

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    Mur-de-Barrez a pretty town that we visited, on arrival the Aire had a marque erected with a luncheon taking place with a singer... By late afternoon it was all cleared away and Herman was moved to the Aire but not before we had visited the pretty but sinister town with the creepy witch at the top of the hill overlooking it with her menacing ...