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Travel Blogs from Clermont-Ferrand
... back to town, we went to the super mâché (supermarket) and bought supplies...wine, bread, eggs...and pasta for a home cooked meal. Nice for a change as although we are still enjoying the local fare, we are aware of the costs of eating out each night. Unfortunately we must leave this town after only two nights, we so wish we could have stayed longer, there was so much more to see and experience, it is somewhere we would like to come back and spend more time. On leaving ...
Wednesday 7th May
His view of the day:
So, we have left the beaches and rivers and reached the mountains. At about 1200m tonight, still with the last of the snow surrounding us. The drive here was remarkable because it was all at 130 Km/hr and cost 28 Euros in tolls! I have found that speed for a prolonged period to be ...
... but did notice way below us when we looked over the view point a huge car park and I believe another Aires.
The drive down the mountain was even more treacherous than the drive up so by the time we got to the bottom, we were both tired. Found a sign for a campsite that was advertising a very low beginning-of-season rate so we went there for the night. It was raining and had been for a while and the rain combined with the ...
... aside here. Paul says the best advice he was given pre-trip, other than "don't go you idiot", was from Dominic Miller, who works for OIM. "Take gaffer tape," advised sagacious Andy. And, let's face it, it has come in useful. Although I struggle to think of a situation when gaffer tapes not a sensible addition to any trip or set of circumstances.
Paul rates his meal last night as one of the worst he had ever had. His Supreme de Poulet at the ...
Vichy has brought me a few romantic experiences I've never known in Australia. Before I go on, my host Mum wants it to be known that what I'm about to share is not at all typical of France, but is rather born from the second language school environment, where foreigners mingle.
And they really do mingle. I almost feel like that's the reason why some of them made the trip here.
This all started on the first day of my first week. My friend Eloise and I had ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed