Chateau de Camboulan

Address: camboulan le bourg, Ambeyrac, Midi-Pyrénées, 12260, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on camboulan le bourg, Ambeyrac.
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    Travel Blogs from Ambeyrac

    Cahors to moissac

    A travel blog entry by elizabethbarker on Oct 04, 2014

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    ... and is very clean and fresh and comfortable which is great because we are here for two nights. We had dinner in our small hotel last night... Which was lovely. The chef came out to introduce himself, a young French man... He spoke excellent English and proceeded to tell us that he had worked at the Sydney observatory hotel and had lived in drummoyne... We all had a good giggle and laugh with him as of course both terry and Helen had lived in drummoyne ...

    Estaing to Conques to Figeac to Cohors

    A travel blog entry by elizabethbarker on Oct 03, 2014

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    ... perfect for a good soak. Conques is certainly one of the most beautiful towns I have ever seen. Nestled on the side of the cliff with a Romaneque Church, lots and lots of houses all built terraced up the hill. Many vantage points to take on the wonders of nature merging with the creations of they built these building of such beauty SO so long ago one can't imagine.. Our hotel had a lovely our door ...

    A great days riding

    A travel blog entry by kev-buxton on Sep 28, 2014

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    Day 23 - Saturday, 27th September, 2014

    We left Andorra La Vella at around 10.30am and made our way north from the city. The landscape soon changed from the valley, surrounded by steep cliffs, to mountains with wide plains. We quickly gained height in the 18 miles or so towards the Andorra border with France and at Port d'envilira, the highest paved pass in Andorra, we were at a altitude of 7893 feet above sea ...

    St. Cecile's and Toulouse Lautrec

    A travel blog entry by yaya7 on Sep 16, 2014

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    ... former residence of the archbishops. The building was beautiful, but I must say, some of his work was a little strange. We then walked next door to the breathless cathedral. It is hard to imagine how such monuments were built so long ago. St. Cecile dates back to the 13th century and took over 100 years to build. It was magnificent. We had time to browse through the Old City of Albi, then ready to get on the ...

    Villages, cathedrals and caves

    A travel blog entry by bobstacytrips on Sep 15, 2014

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    ... down to the river. It was beautiful! We had a quick lunch there and headed over to Grotte Du Pech Merle. This is a huge cave system wtih some cave paintings that were made 25,000 years ago by Cro-Magnon man. We drove back to our hotel for a little nap and then out to dinner. Tomorrow, we head out to Albi and then spend the night in Carcassone.