Chateau de Trancis

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

A Long Weekend in Lyon (sans l'auto)

A travel blog entry by mustseemore


... were walking up the Rue Victor Hugo, we noticed a poster advertising the Criterium du Dauphine. Then we realised it would be starting tomorrow, Sunday with a time trial around the city. Nice.

Sunday June 8

Day 46

Every day is getting hotter! Today it peaked at 34 degrees C. Tomorrow it is said to be even higher. A very strong hot wind comes in every afternoon so we try to be home by ...

Through The Eyes Of A Tourist

A travel blog entry by christinec2013

... but the view was worth it. Although when I was dragging my 15kg backpack up those 200 stairs in the midday heat, probably around 25-30 degrees Celsius, I wasn't too impressed. But afterwards I could not get over that view. On my second day there I went to Lokrum island and poked around there. It's only a 15 minute ferry ride from the Dubrovnik port and it's quite beautiful. Peacocks dominate the island too, so that was pretty cool too, having them hanging around. On my third ...

Still in Vieux Lyon

A travel blog entry by susannz


... participated by calling out and laughing and thoroughly enjoying themselves. Afterwards we were all treated to the backstage experience, meeting the head puppeteer and being introduced to the array of marionette characters. So to complete my day, Ray took me to dinner at a restaurant recommended to him by Annaliese, our English guide in the afternoon. Les Adrets is tucked down another back lane in the heart of Old Lyon. A bottle of Gosset Grande Reserve NV champagne ...

Welcome to France

A travel blog entry by rossmckenzie


... of Notre-Dame de Fourvière. There was no budget for the funicular train up to the top so we took challenge to the hundreds of stairs and what had become 35 degree day.

At the base of the hill is the "old town" which has cobbled stone walking streets, buskers and numerous bars, restaurants and tourist traps. A walk around there even without opening the wallet gave a true french impression.


First Day

A travel blog entry by phyllisandpaul


... beat up won him over.

It took Paul about two and a half hours to get the bikes ready at the Lyon airport. We set off around three and lo and behold it begins to rain. It was also really hard to figure out the route into Lyon and our map was very sketchy. Paul stopped several times to ask for directions. No one spoke English, our French sucks, no one really seems to know where anything is from where they ...


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