Chateau d'Aiguefonde

Address: Chateau d'Aiguefonde, Aiguefonde, Tarn, Midi-Pyrénées, 81200, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Chateau d'Aiguefonde, Aiguefonde, is near Gouffre geant de Cabrespine.
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      After Meursault- the past two weeks

      A travel blog entry by chipandjoni on Nov 01, 2014

      34 photos

      ... a detour in the Pyrenees to go over one of the most famous mountain passes that is used by the Tour de France- the Col de Tourmalet. Topping out a whopping 2115 meters (That is 6938 feet!) we were well above the tree line for quite a while. What had been a warm day down below was bordering on cold with a wind-chill. Still, it was a fun climb as we passed the bikers going up and some strange wildlife. I ...


      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 ...

      Carcassonne and Rocamadour

      A travel blog entry by anothertrip on Oct 27, 2014

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... so we followed the trend and ordered the 'set menu', which was of course too much food and as the price was low, very ordinary too. Our destination was Rocamadour, where we had visited during our first trip to France. The best way to describe it is that most of it's buildings are built on the side of a cliff. For hundreds of years the town had been a centre for Christian pilgrims, specifically to see the Black Madonna in the Chapelle Notre Dame. ...

      What is a casino; hunting for truffles; farewell

      A travel blog entry by chipandjoni on Oct 23, 2014

      5 photos

      ... in larger towns, and little “Petit Casinos” in small towns such as Meursault. Chip and I have come to judge the quality of a small town by two things: a Casino grocery store and a bakery. If the town has neither of these two things, it is a village experiencing a slow death.

      One lovely town that we hadn’t explored until this trip is Santenay – famous for its wines, but a little off the main wine route. But I would ...

      Small village but with some canalside bars

      A travel blog entry by john.hudson22 on Aug 03, 2014

      • As you can see I've left Carcassonne, problem with drugs, and lowlifes thought it best to move on, I was warned but you have to see for yourself.
      • Small village Trebes, very quaint,
      • Got passed by two americans going down the canal with a rubber boat and an electric motor, was quite impressed till I saw their shore team and they seem to stay in a hotel every night, to charge the batteries they say.!
      • Only one more major ...