Domaine de Rieumege Chateaux & Hotels de France

Address: Route de Saint-pons, Olargues, Languedoc-Roussillon, 34390, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Route de Saint-pons, Olargues.
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Travel Blogs from Olargues

Two nights in Narbonne

A travel blog entry by pertunia22 on May 23, 2015

5 photos

... later a taxi arrived, by the time we loaded bags and sorted out where we were going would have been nearly five mins, as we leave the station I notice another taxi arrive, same company, not long after that the taxi drivers phone goes and all hell breaks loose in French, pretty sure we had just been poached and someone was less than impressed! Hotel reception staff are very helpful but sort of French crazy woman vibe from one lady but she gave us all the info we required and ...

Kayaking at St.-Guilhelm Le Desert

A travel blog entry by matthewsfamily5 on May 23, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

So it has been a few days since our last update.  After arriving back in France we stayed for 4 nights at the Chateau Canet near Rustiques.  Our favourite accomodation so far. Walked through the property, swam in the pool and played lots of tennis.  Also had a great wine tour from the owners.  The Chateau dates to the 12th C. and the owners are from Belgium but really take pride in the history and consider themselves caretakers.  Also they make some pretty good ...

Our Italy Adventure

A travel blog entry by lonnie24 on Nov 28, 2013

36 photos

... Paul's favourite composer, Giacomo Puccini was born in Lucca although we didn't know that until we arrived there. The house he was born in and spent his childhood until he moved to Milan at the age of 22 is now a museum. Puccini was the 5th child and the only son from a musical family tree. At the time, sons were only permitted to make a career out of music. Puccini worked as an organist in the nearby church of San Paolino (his father too) in which his first orchestral ...

A Day Off

A travel blog entry by redwatt on May 23, 2013


... Leon,Terry Pratchett, Kathy Reichs, Lonely Planet travel and heaps more - they're all over the house: in the toilets, by the staircase, in the bedrooms and the sitting room). And I brought my own Agatha Christies (of course), and I have my sudokus and my iPad, and if Tom feels up to it we can break out the board games stacked in the sitting room. ...

Letting go

A travel blog entry by katherine-anne on Jul 17, 2012

6 comments, 1 photo

Who teaches you how to let go?
There is no manual for that.

Family, friends, people have been asking me what's up. Silence, not like you.
It's me.
Not really wanting to talk about it.

Sheppie died today.
He, we, struggled for a while best we could. Took courage. Still does. Still holding the leash - he's not there.
I'll miss our walks, our funny way of getting on. He ...