Hotel du Clos
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Le Rouret
... us. The firs, no longer a ski slope, but psychedelic in their own right now. Behind me lays Shep, or le Shep, a gorgeous, well behaved sheep dog, maybe the shyest of his kind, who has done his best to keep his boundaries in the last couple of hours under tremendous strain, not least from me. Around the world with Max in mind always.
Blackbirds fly close to the water, replacing the swallows of the last two days. As the sun sets ever lower the ...
campsite a bit disappointing compared with what we have been at on our travels so far. Not overly friendly, seems more focussed towards French clientele. The surrounds and scenery are beautiful, mountains as far as can be seen. Must be excellent for winter ski season too. Hot still. Summer has certainly hit! ...
Well this is where we ended up after legging it from Saint Nicolas the terrible town! We park up in the local Carpark in town as the Aire was predictably full at 9pm. We get our heads down and put the TV on and watch Terminator 2 with sub titles like you do! We are still laughing at ourselves and the great escape! We leave in the morning very early to go to another Aire so we can enjoy our last full day in ...
... sadly down at heel.. We feel just a little uneasy for the first time in France. We return to Elvis, look at each other eat dinner very quickly and leg it at dusk. We know the Market vans and Gypsies will arrive very soon! A lucky escape this time. Don't fancy being trapped in this town for any time at all. No wonder the Aire was wrecked, so was the town. An exception really. We've had some gems to stay in. We head off for a hopeful stab at an Aire we know from previous ...
... we got a big shower and the rest of the day the sun and rain took their turn. We arrived at 5:10 pm at Bellerive-sue-Allier which actually is just over the bridge from Vichy. Hubert just arrived to welcome us. We got settled, organized and our stuff out of the caravan, which we parked in front of the house. As Mylene wasn't there but in Algeria to manage their funpark for a month and a half, Hubert had to do everything and invited friends for a dinner in the ...