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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... was on a blocked off Main Street with many stalls and a mass of locals in coats an scarves circulating. Shopping, talking with neighbours in the street, occupying tables out the front of cafes with family and friends with beer, coffees and the ever present cigarettes. There were great fromagerie stalls that drew us.

Eventually we sat and had water and watched. We had bought veg and other stuff for dinner and lunch. The return was smooth driving and the land ...

A day off has been declared

A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald.

We realised that we are half way through this great adventure. Well within a day or so. The cold has taken possession of Jan, it's raining and it's cold. We are in a great house with Sally and Chris who mean "make yourself at home", old hippies know how to share. I'm cooking tonight la Aveyon (a local sausage, cabbage, mushrooms, carrots and aligot), the fire's going strong, Jan is reading/drowsing/snuffling in bed, there is a bath (something we've ...

Down but not conquered.

A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald.

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... of dinner and looked around some more. Looked at the roman bridge across the river near our place that is still in use. Both cars and the pilgrim path go that way.

Got back, lit a fire, read, wrote, chatted to our hosts on their return about their grand designs search. An omelette and salad la Barry was just the thing. A evening by the fire; the hosts have retreated to their ...

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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All 14 of us finished the walk without injury or quitting at any point. The ages of this group ranged from 40s to 80. Yes, there was a compact little woman named Harline who was 80 and did not want to make any deal of that. She walked slowly but steadily with an iron determination. She was fun too! Heck, she's married to a guy younger than any of her 7 sons! We had lots of laughs with her. My pictures ...

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