Citotel Orleans Lion d'Or

Address: 9-11 Cours Jourdan, Limoges, Limousin, 87000, France | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Limoges

Americans and Dutchmen

A travel blog entry by kayllisti on Jun 08, 2015

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... also thought it was interesting that while her husband spoke English with a
pure Californian accent, which is where she was from also, her accent changed
constantly during the night between American and British. She pretended not to
understand Fahrenheit or miles anymore, and multiple times said she forgot the
English word and only knew the French word for something. She also said that
when I called for reservations that she could hear ...

Reservation and Reservations

A travel blog entry by kayllisti on Jun 07, 2015

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... room hot and full of mosquitos, but the two other women in the room snored very loudly. I never realized how many people snore until I started this trip. The bed was also quite ancient, and every time I moved a centimeter is creaked and squeaked as if I were jumping up and down. Oof. I had intended on leaving at 6am, but when my alarm rang at 5:30, I stopped it in hope of a chance of sleep. By 6:45am, I gave up, and met my companions for breakfast. I was ...

Gargoyles and Dahlias

A travel blog entry by kayllisti on Jun 06, 2015

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... I went straight to the cathedral.

Now, in my personal opinion, the inside of the cathedral does not come close to rivaling the cathedral of Bourges, but the fašade is amazing. Construction began in the 13th century and continued through the 19th c., but the fašade, is Gothic in all its glory. The sheer number of gargoyles gave me the chills in the best way possible. Inside, most of the remaining works are 19th century, but under the organ there ...

Mr. Plucky and Other Farm Friends

A travel blog entry by kayllisti on Jun 05, 2015

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... a farm afterall!). However, there were no cups for the tea and the room smelled very strongly of mildew. In fact, the map on the table was completely rotten and the refrigerator was filled with mold. However, on a 90 degree day, the room was very cold. I laid a towel down on the stinky couch and fell asleep for an hour before waking to read and write a bit. I also had a very unsatisfactory lunch of pretty gross tabbouleh. There was a brochure on the table for a pizza place, and I got ...

Stone Soup and Wild Boars

A travel blog entry by kayllisti on Jun 04, 2015

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... I was able to stay on the trail all day with no problems. The trail was also really well marked, which was a nice change. As I walked, I passed a lot of deer tracks, so I decided to walk as quietly as possible to see if I could spot some. Sure enough, I saw a really cute baby deer. While I was watching the little faun, I saw something much less cute: a very large wild boar! My first thought was of Game of Thrones and that the thing was going to charge me, but, I ...