Chateau de Trancis

7, route de Saignes, Ydes, Cantal, Auvergne, 15210, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ydes

Iceland and round 2 of the UK

A travel blog entry by jd.6392


... Australian accents are good. They get a smile from everyone! - Before leaving one pub, make sure the next one is open. Because in London it is far to cold to stand around outside and figure out where to go next. - Go to a treble bar in Newcastle. But only one. Never two. Two ends with a big headache. - No matter what your family says, don't let the dog off the lead. Because when you find it barking at an old lady 20 minutes later, you will be in a bad ...

It's So Close I Could Touch It

A travel blog entry by christinec2013


... that they can't be that mad at the world. Or at least they're mad enough to protest and go on strike, but not mad enough to inconvenience anyone too roughly. They're such an odd personality. And they've got a bit of an arrogance to them. Although keep in mind that I'm generalising a lot here, not everyone is like this. But I think they're curious about the other, the foreigner. I suppose, as a foreigner myself, I could compare them to the US, but of the ...

Innocents Abroad

A travel blog entry by kdidricksen


... of 5 euros to help pay for the gas. We proceeded into the hotel and requested a room for the night. The innkeepers response was "do you have a reservation?" This is how people lose it. Fortunately, she had one room left, a smoking room. I think we would have taken it even had it been smoldering. The room was fine, we had an adequate dinner and glass of local wine at the restaurant next door, and turned happily into bed for the ...

Lyon from above and below

A travel blog entry by michele_6169

... des Celestons where they had a periscope looking down into the up and down ramp of the car park underneath. It was sort of like a kaleidoscope and very funky.

We wandered down through the streets towards the River Saone, the other river which splits the old section of the city from the new. Both sides of the river area are UNESCO recognised and are protected against development. Unlike many other areas, it has a different feel with the red terracotta roofs ...

Kebabs & Gladiator in French

A travel blog entry by newromanticx


... pretty happy with our seats. We were pretty comfortable until we arrived at Bellegarde station where, for some reason, a notice came up telling us to get off the train (in French, though, so a lady had to tell us to get off because we had no idea!). We got off reluctantly and unsure as to what was going on. We found out we were being moved to a much smaller train (with less carriages) and, as we were one of the last people to get off the previous train, we didn't get a seat ...


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