Campanile Albi Centre

Avenue Delattre de Tassigny, Albi, Midi-Pyrénées, 81000, France | 2 star hotel
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on Avenue Delattre de Tassigny, Albi, is near Cathedrale Ste-Cecile, Musee Toulouse-Lautrec, Musee Goya, and Raymond Chesa Leisure Park.
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2.50 of 5 stars Fair
 

Travel Blogs from Albi

Aunty Barb's Gaff

A travel blog entry by skippopete on Aug 09, 2014

1 comment, 28 photos

So............our mates have returned to Blighty to resume normal life. Ferry back for us in a week or so, we are wending our way north - soaking up good things. France is full of good things.......a superb country - oft over-looked by English folk. It's different here away from the high mountains......but stunningly beautiful........and hilly if you ride a bike!

And my old family friend Aunty Barbara delivers 2nd to none hospitality!!
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Day 66 (Figeac)

A travel blog entry by marcohj on Jul 15, 2014

1 photo

... pumps had run out or something, so we spent ages and ages driving around to find some. At the third place we filled up finally, and headed to Capdenac. However, unknown to us in Tony's car but known to those in his companion's car, the cap of the gas tank on Tony's car had flown off along the way. We only discovered this when a man in Capdenac told us. Tony decided to go back and find the cap; as soon as ...

Day 65 (Figeac)

A travel blog entry by marcohj on Jul 15, 2014

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... else got omelettes. Both were served with obscene amounts of chips and salad. We almost died finishing the meals but we manage. After that we walked up to the top of the town where there was a spectacular view of the town and the valley below. We stayed up there for a while and then went back to meet Tony. Tony drove us again to the caves and went off while we went on the tour. It was all in French but we had an English handbook to help us out. The ...

Day 64 (Figeac)

A travel blog entry by marcohj on Jul 15, 2014

... the Frenchman from Figeac who translated the Rosetta Stone, an ancient tablet with inscriptions in five ancient languages. Although it was all in French, the museum (with orsons help) was really interesting; it chronicled the evolution of the written language, compared different scripts and alphabets and had a series of amaZingly old documents. After the museum we returned to meet Tony, who cheerily picked us up and took us home. When we got back we hung around Tony's cottage for ...

Day 63 (Figeac)

A travel blog entry by marcohj on Jul 15, 2014

We woke up earlyish as Tony wanted us to start a bit of work before he took us shopping in town; that night he was hosting a folk blues concert at the chateau and as there was a chance of rain we needed to prepare the interior in case the concert had to be hosted there. I can't remember the exact order and I know at different points we had breaks which I'll describe later, but basically we swept ...