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

2nd Early Ride & Only One More Day BOOHOO

A travel blog entry by rugbyfan on Aug 06, 2015

2 photos

... It was amazing sitting in the dark looking at all the lights while everyone sleeps.

Then we headed back and on the way back the most amazing thing happened a whole group of bats were flying around and two bats were playing chasing right in front of my face. When we got back we got out of our bike gear and put on our running gear and went and did a run. We headed out to Avenue De Pain and did my session. ...

Montpellier for Day Shopping

A travel blog entry by rugbyfan on Aug 05, 2015

10 photos

... Frappe, and ate cheese and ham toasties.

Then we went to Mum and Dads favourite designer shop and Mum and Dad got a pair of glasses each. On the way out Dad found something for Koro. A selfie stick. ( And if you were wondering who is Koro it is our Grandad. Then we got an Ice Cream, which they turn into the shape of a flower. In the centre I had Mango, and ...

Lake Jouarres and Homps.

A travel blog entry by janbernie on Jun 08, 2014

1 comment, 28 photos

... the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean dates back to the Roman Empire. Augustus dreamt of a (water route),that would be quicker than the land routes and the dangerous Iberian Peninsular sea route. Pierre- John Riquet,devoted his life to the Canal of the Two Seas project and single- handedly found solutions to all the problems that had stumped the best engineers for almost twenty centuries. At the age of 57 ,Pierre -Paul Riquet threw ...

Beginners attempt Canal du Midi

A travel blog entry by sandyandsteve on Sep 02, 2013

5 comments, 10 photos

... over the bollard at the back and one at the front. Fun, fun, not. Boat was bouncing on the wall, Steve's yelling to me (I was manning the wheel), forward - neutral, now reverse, gently, gently,wheel right, now left as he was pulling on the rope to get it tight. What a bloody circus!!! Long story short the other 3 boats started yelling advice and instructions to us - that waslovely except 1 was in Italian, 1 in German and the other in ...

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 ...