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

The fright of my life!

A travel blog entry by rugbyfan on Jul 12, 2015

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... Gabian, then across to Fouzzilhon then back home through the vineyard road with a beautiful downhill. I bet my last maximum speed, my new max. is 48.3km/hr. It was really hot out 34 degrees.

When we got home we played soccer, watched the team time trial on the Tour de France and then decided to play cards. While we were playing cards I got thirsty so went to the kitchen to get a drink and then a bird flew into the corner of the kitchen and fell. Mum said it ...

Run, Swim, Relax

A travel blog entry by olliwalt on Jul 11, 2015

5 photos

... not drinking enough water.

Then we went outside and played tag in the outside pool. Art went back and watched Mum swimming because he thought it was too cold?!!! Then Art came back and we played more tag. Then we lay in the sun for a bit it was so hot.

After this we went back to the inside pool and played ...

Sue and Annette Arrive

A travel blog entry by jen.trevenen on May 13, 2014

... in Trausse Minervois. Siesta time again, nothing opened. Will have to remember that shops close noon onward until whenever. Walked home about another 6km all round trip. Sat down to a beautiful lunch of smoked salmon,bread, Brie cheese, strawberries, dried apricots, bier and red wine. Yummy The girls did their computing and then we went out for dinner to one of the restaurants in ...

The Push for the Med Continues!

A travel blog entry by jenniferklm on May 29, 2013

7 comments, 22 photos

... canal. The surroundings are picture postcard perfect - a tiny, arched, very old stone bridge over the canal around which are arranged a numbers of beautiful old stone buildings, including a small church. One building, a chambre d'hôte, is covered with ivy and has window boxes filled with red geraniums and other flowers. To add to the ambience, it so happened that while we were there, three of the most gorgeous old barges were in port - one private, the other two ...

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 ...