Cap de Castel

Address: 36 rue Cap de Castel, Puylaurens, Midi-Pyrénées, 81700, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 36 rue Cap de Castel, Puylaurens.
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      Travel Blogs from Puylaurens

      Toulouse, La Ville Rose

      A travel blog entry by slonge on Nov 09, 2014

      11 photos

      ... I said Magic in the Moonlight in
      English, meaning that I said it the way I would if I was in a theatre in Canada
      and not with a French accent. I’m wondering if there are viewings of American
      films in English as well… but good, I expected it to be in French since I’m in
      a movie theatre in France. Back to the movie, I thought the story line would be
      more about magic tricks and not just a magician who was in love. BUT, the
      theatres in France (or ...

      Albi

      A travel blog entry by nicoll on Oct 29, 2014

      1 comment, 27 photos

      We have just got home after 8 hours walking around the sights of Albi. It has the world's largest brick cathedral, St Cecile Cathedral, and from the outside it is almost ugly. As Garth said, it is like a gigantic pile of red bricks! But inside is a different story. It has a 'choir' with choir screens covered in statues of saints and disciples, and just about every bit of wall and the ceilings are covered in paintings. Near the altar is a huge ...

      Travels in France

      A travel blog entry by anothertrip on Oct 15, 2014

      2 comments, 6 photos

      ... lived a few kilometres from Pau. They are very dear friends of a family we know. After asking a couple of people we found the house and once we explained who we were the elderly couple welcomed us like long lost friends! Only the gentleman spoke English, but the lovely woman kept telling us things, which her husband then interpreted. They then fussed over us, bringing out the dishes for our lunch, which included fois gras, then a lentil casserole, then cheeses, followed by ...

      Canal du Midi - day 3

      A travel blog entry by bobherbert on Jun 23, 2014

      2 photos

      ... obviously seeing our All Black flag a further 2 boats turned up with All Black Flags flying - turned out to be a farmer from Otorohanga and his family, not to mention a further two boats opposite flying similar flags - the girls gave called it an Antipodean Enclave i just wonder where the pavlova is! We have now returned to the confines of Miss Winifred with another drink, some snacks and looking forward to another cold cut salad ...

      Exploring nearby villages

      A travel blog entry by redwatt on May 24, 2013

      5 photos

      ... 100% - driving on the other side of the road requires lots of concentration - not so easy with a head cold. But this afternoon we set off in our cool little car to explore some nearby villages. We headed out behind Caunes, into the Black Mountains.

      Immediately after leaving Caunes we entered a river gorge and came across the remains of a Roman bridge, no longer in use. We were beyond it on the narrow little road before we realised it, so will ...