Campanile Aurillac

Zac de la Jordanne, Aurillac, Auvergne, 15000, France | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Zac de la Jordanne, Aurillac.
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Travel Blogs from Aurillac

Aubusson

A travel blog entry by david.seldon on Aug 29, 2014

2 comments, 16 photos

... went back downtown and went through all the cultural exhibitions and tapestry shows.... Sigh....jeez I'm a patient man....but, it was quite amazing to see the intricate detail that is woven into these things, some of which are huge and often took years to make one piece. Then, having got that out of the way relatively early, we headed off . George insisted on taking us on some very suss-looking D roads, that immediately had her panicking since they showed on her paper map ...

D'Azay Le Rideau

A travel blog entry by david.seldon on Aug 29, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... But, I ate it.... Treas didn't..... I thought she was going to spew.... Let's just say that it hasn't gone on my list of all-time favourites......It seems to be pig intestine stuffed with seasoned, chopped offal, and then baked.... It looked very much as if it contained exactly what a pig's intestine would contain... Eating it reminded me of the advice to the British women during the war....."just lie back and think of Britain...." And I won't ever order ...

Montresor, France

A travel blog entry by david.seldon on Aug 29, 2014

3 comments

... DEAD ! But, we went through the castle during the morning, and it was amazing! The current owners, Poles, who are descendants of the original owners, still live in a very fine 4 story mansion within the grounds, and the castle is still furnished with many of the original, untouched furnishings and paintings , some going back to the mid 1500s, but parts of the castle still remain despite having been built in the 1200s! Some really beautiful art works ...

Village # 2 - Montpeyroux

A travel blog entry by rdkflaherty on Aug 12, 2014

9 photos

Wow - number 1 village by far.  As you will see in some of the photo's the properties and views are stunning.  We wandered in and around many of the cobble stone type streets, through small tunnels and passageways.   There is a reason they have all non residents park in one spot at the bottom as the narrow 'roads' would be a nightmare for a non-resident to manage. Walking was a balancing act in ...

La Pu Griou

A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Aug 11, 2014

1 photo

... in the ground covered with a grate. As we didn't understand a word of the tour we joked it looked like a torture room but maybe it was the old butchering room and staff kitchen. When we asked the guide who spoke broken English he pointed to the hole and said 'jail'- it was a torture room! The old owners of the castle used to torture the 'bad' for days on end with all sorts of implements there then let them die a slow death in the 'jail' below as ...