Chateau les Merles
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsChateau les Merles Mouleydier
decorated in IKEA modern...all black and white.....no space in rooms...no luggage racks....eeeh....
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Bonjour Amis et Famille
Ca va? We are doing just great. This past week has been blissful but busy with our travels in France kicking into fourth gear. Oui, only a few days now before we decamp for Paris. The past semaine has been exceptional if only because we planned almost nothing fancy and, yet, ended up having some of ...
... At one time, Occitania was a cultural area of France, primarily in the south, and the Occitanian language is still spoken by many people who live in the Castillonnès region. The dance performance was a celebration of this unique and interesting culture...we got to check out their costumes and instruments after the show, lots of fun!
The Higgs have enjoyed ...
... hours wandering in and out of the market stalls, a gourmand's heaven! (hmmmm...description of 'gourmand': A gourmand is a person who either who takes great pleasure in food, a person given to excess in the consumption of food and drink, a greedy eater, or a ravenous eater... wondering which description best suits us!)
Goodies in hand, off we go to Castillones to meet up with friends...! ...
... a lot of extra costs and I'm not sure we saved a lot but still it gets us where we want to be. Bergerac Airport is very small. We are the only plane there when we arrive. A quick trip through customs and we pick up our car. This time we have a Citron. It's very small and maneuverable and we love it. It doesn't take Allen long to get used to driving on the ...
... the walls and ceilings inside. In fact, when the cave was rediscovered in the late 19th century, the ceiling with all the animals had been nearly obliterated by graffiti. So how do archeologists know that the animal paintings are 13,000 years old and not graffiti from mere centuries ago? Get this: Archeologists had always been a bit puzzled by a dark area consistently painted under the tail of the mammoths. In modern times, a perfectly preserved mammoth was removed ...