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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCampanile Bergerac
A typical Campanile, inexpensive and good value for money. A bit disorganized on arrival, but pleasant staff.
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Travel Blogs from Bergerac
This morning we check out of the room a little before 08:00 and I went to get the car out of the parking garage. Traffic is light in Paris on Sunday mornings so it was easy to reach the hotel. We loaded our luggage and started off, first to the périphérique, the ring road that circles Paris. The French talk about two périphériques, interior and …
Our last day in the area of Grun Bordas was highlighted by a gourmet French lunch. The Lion D'Or hotel and Restaurant served a wonderful four course meal. Pat's dear friend Maryse works at the hotel and was our server for the memorable meal. Sunday, October 4/15 Well, after 1300 kilometres of cycling ...
... about the wines and the surrounding land. The Ryman family were not at the residence, so we were given the time to wander around the Chateau. Several bottles were purchased and enjoyed over the next few days. On the returning trip from Colombier, we visited Chateau de Corbiac, this was direct descendant from Cyrano de Bergerac, which is still family run. The vineyard only produced red wine, that was ...
... trees that do indeed have truffles under them. In past history pigs have been used to sniff out the truffles, but pigs did a lot of damage to the fungi, so now dogs have the job. These neighbours have trained their small dog to hunt for truffles. It is a mystery why truffles grow under some trees and not others, and some years they may not produce at all. A tree may produce for up to 12 years. Up the road, also is a duck farm. The ...
Arriving at our campground in Bergerac we picked a spot and set up camp. We were a little dismayed to discover that the toilets had no seats, everything is "co-ed" and t.p. is not provided. We sat around in our tents because we were also surprised to find that there was no table or chair provided. We expected a picnic table or something but were only provided with a small, low, concrete bench.
Wandering over ...