Chateau de Vauguenige

Address: Vauguenige, Saint-Pardoux, Haute-Vienne, Limousin, 87250, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Vauguenige, Saint-Pardoux.
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Travel Blogs from Saint-Pardoux

5 reasons ferry travel is popular with families

A travel blog entry by alishachris on Jan 09, 2015

... you have children to deal with. With a ferry however, you simply drive on board in the same way you'd drive into a car park, with the whole check-in process taking around 45 minutes. It’s as simple as that.

2. Baggage

Depending on which airline you fly with, your baggage allowance can vary. Although this is usually a sufficient amount for a family, occasionally you may need to add extras, especially ...

Limoges

A travel blog entry by nicoll on Nov 10, 2014

11 photos

... them! The cathedral has some magnificent flying buttresses, plus some fabulous Gargoyles (water spouts). We rounded off our lightning visit with dinner in an Italian restaurant which was run by two women who did everything themselves (serving people, cooking all the food, preparing the drinks etc) all with friendly smiles, little chats. The food was absolutely delicious, so if you are ever in Limoges, we recommend La Pause Gourmande. Bon ...

Oradour-sur-Glane

A travel blog entry by nicoll on Nov 10, 2014

12 photos

... door. The container then exploded sending acrid smoke and fumes into the air. As the women and children tried to escape through the church windows, the Germans machine gunned them. After a while, the Germans opened the church doors, and fired into the crowd of women and children. Once they ran out of ammunition, they piled up the pews and chairs, and set them alight. They then methodically ransacked all the houses and shops in the town, and set them on ...

Not a good start to the day!

A travel blog entry by kev-buxton on Sep 29, 2014

2 comments, 6 photos

Day 24 - Sunday, 28th September, 2014

I got up fairly early today and whilst Gilly and Les were having a coffee at the hotel, I went and took some more photo's of Cahors. The town really is beautiful and I will definitely come back here in the near future.

I had a bit of a disaster in the car park on my return. While Gilly and Les were sorting their bikes out, I decided to do some tight circles on mine in the car park. ...

Limoges to Lyon

A travel blog entry by annsplace on Jul 27, 2014

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... was open because it was Sunday. The last part of the trip was quite breathtaking because we came through the hills (more like small mountains) and looked down on Lyon. And of course what a contrast - the second largest city in France and very touristy so teeming with people and everything open. We ended up having a hamburger on the banks of the Rhone river, delightful, and weather ...