Hotel du Chateau

Address: Route du Chateau, Rocamadour, Midi-Pyrénées, 46500, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Route du Chateau, Rocamadour, is near La Fontaine des Elephants (Fountain of Elephants).
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    Travel Blogs from Rocamadour

    Alpine adventure

    A travel blog entry by rakuscek on Jun 25, 2015

    6 photos

    Love this spot. Like a little version of Venice with its little canals running through the old village, cobblestoned streets, bridges, old buildings. Beautiful. Full of tourists! Dave wants to retire here! The lake s a stunning turquoise colour, I've never seen a lake like it.
    Excellent cycling through the alps. Great cycle paths set out. We hired bikes for a day, and had a great day cycling around Lake Annecy. We also did the pedal boats ...

    Day 47, 48. Belley. In the Be.... Of France!

    A travel blog entry by jacksatlast on Jun 15, 2015

    6 photos

    ... explore and Anoraks. Oddly we had no idea how big Belley would be. Described in the Aires book as a village it clearly is not. I'll let you know what we find tomorrow. Time now for wine and beer and a few Cashews. Day 1.. Jay walking in town with an Umbrella! Belley is actually a city. It has a very nice cathedral, some ancient houses in the back streets and some Great Wall paintings. Friendly ...

    It's going to be a big one

    A travel blog entry by chrisdace on Jun 14, 2015

    7 photos

    ... and low cloud, so the views were not that spectacular. There are a lot of mountain tunnels to go through on this stretch of road, not our favourite thing to do when you have cars and motorbikes coming up behind you at speed. We leave our rear light on, flashing, all the time, but it's still a bit unnerving to have traffic pass you in a dark tunnel.

    This last climb into Val D'Isere was a real slog. We stopped frequently during the final 15 km. My ...

    From La Clusaz to Arèches

    A travel blog entry by chrisdace on Jun 13, 2015

    10 photos

    ... aged couple on a tandem powering past them.

    Spirits lifted by the crisp gear change on the front mech. Hopefully the adjustments I made yesterday have solved the problem. Spirits also lifted by the beautiful weather. Blue skies and sunshine make the perfect backdrop for mountain landscapes.

    We took a back route out of La Clusaz along the Route de L'Etale, which quickly joins up with the D909. Unfortunately we got a bit lost and our legs had a rude ...

    Amazing Medieval Village

    A travel blog entry by melindam on Jun 13, 2015

    2 comments, 54 photos

    ... be a war-like one, more like a citadel than a Versailles. Chinon it was! Joan of Arc persuaded Charles VII (who wasn't yet a king) to assert his claim to the throne and kick the English army out of France at Chinon. Chinon overlooks a slate-roofed medieval town, and wandering the streets below the chateau brought Andy joy. He had loved architecture before, when we spend the summer in Oxford, but had grown bored with it in the interim.