Campanile Aurillac

Zac de la Jordanne, Aurillac, Auvergne, 15000, France | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Aurillac

Sunday village market

A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald.

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... After our travellers' lunch, cheese, bread, olives and apples, Jan slept and I began looking at places in Madrid and Valencia and the rail lines. The day broke through with sun, though still cold and we persisted with couch sitting, researching and booking Spain and Morroco. Music, a fire, and a veg and jambon dinner and some Bordeaux saw us out. Sally and Chris got back late, excited about a big old farm, still on the pilgrim trail, they had been shown and that they could ...

A day off has been declared

A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald.

... out for) ... not bad. I lay on the couch talking with one or both of the hosts, reading, sketching, writing and looking out the window into the valley of mists and rain. Having a day off.

The loungeroom has a painting on the wall, just finished, of the green man. It's an image I've researched and thought about in Oz. So fitting it's here. As a potter Sally did restoration work on historic buildings in England ... gargoyles, green men ... The ...

Down but not conquered.

A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald.

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I had it for the last two days, now Jan, a cold. The weather has turned here to quite a bit cooler. So we had the breakfast provided by our hosts, who left to go south to look at property to buy that would be bigger ... land for animals. I washed some clothes, read, wrote and Jan rested and around 12.30 we headed off down the Lot valley and checked out the small villages of Grand Vabre, ...

Moving on to Conques

A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald.

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Sadly we left Monpazier, a beautiful place. We packed up, breakfasted, hit the market, visited the local history place about Monpazier, which was finally open. Monpazier was a walled city with a moat. Built by Richard I and the town remains an icon of civil design.

We drove down the Lot valley in the Dordogne across and into the Aveyron departement. The stone in the houses got redder. Valleys are densely ...

We made it!

A travel blog entry by bonniegordon

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... with Pam. Both of us could not wait to get out of our hiking clothes. Our room was large overlooking a courtyard dripping in lovely wisteria. The TUB is worth noting for it was long, encased in expensive marble and offered not only soap but bubbles. I soaked for a long time in this luxury. Our final dinner was, of course, a gastronomic joy. I took pictures. It will be sad to say good-bye to this great ...

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This 3 star hotel is located on Zac de la Jordanne, Aurillac.
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