Emma Calvé Hotel

Address: 28, avenue Jean Jaurès, Millau, Midi-Pyrénées, 12100, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 28, avenue Jean Jaurès, Millau, is near Viaduc de Millau, Millau Viaduct, La Couvertoirade, and St. Eulalie de Cernon.
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    Travel Blogs from Millau

    Day 21,22 . Weds 20th-21st. Aveze Nr Le Vigan

    A travel blog entry by jacksatlast on May 20, 2015

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    ... which was over a 100 yrs old and designed to appeal to fans of The Eiffel Tower. Clive's first ride out for a few days so we take it very slowly, but he wants to go climbing! Up to Aumessas we go. A village of real character nestled on the hillside at 1,532ft which remarkably had a beautifully built stone viaduct and a massive railway station but to us no purpose for the railway being there in the first place! The exit tunnel into the mountain side is ...

    Day 20. Tues 19th May 2015 La Couvertoirade

    A travel blog entry by jacksatlast on May 19, 2015

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    ... to the milk sheds to be milked! We arrive at our destination but Clive is suffering with his digestion so I leave him in Elvis's capable hands and head off for a stroll round the medieval village which has kindly provided us with a very nice country Aire for the night. Dating back to the 15th century it's now filled with small Artisan shops and cafe's run by the 40 or so inhabitants. Few residential pads survive but it still holds its charm in the maize of back alleys. It is ...

    Day 18,19 Sun 17th. Camares au Coeur du Rougier.

    A travel blog entry by jacksatlast on May 17, 2015

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    ... Blue Bentley. Not done up in any way. It was just as if the old man had covered it up and walked away from it 60 years before. Roy you would have loved it. Next was some kind of fibre glass sports car from the 50's which it turns out this little old man had raced in (he showed us a picture). He had a complete collection of Citron's of all ages, every motorbike he'd ever ridden and some mint condition Peugeot cycles from the fifty's probably his kids! None of them ...

    GOOD FIRST DAY IN OUR OWN CAR

    A travel blog entry by linarogers on Jul 16, 2014

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    ... the Tender almonds kiss, sea water dessert, Langoustine with tomato velvet and the Dragon shaped after dessert chocolate/biscuit shaped artistic creation. It may sound la-deeda and it was. So yummy, so expensive and so enjoyable. At the end we went out to the outdoors setting where we could view the 17 plus stuff energetically working in the kitchen.

    It was very late home (after 1 am) and then we had to get up reasonably ...

    Wed 25 June/DAY 10 - Meyrueis to Millau

    A travel blog entry by timsparling on Jun 25, 2014

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    ... to narrow and bumpy. Just before entering the Gorges du Trévezel, we caught the others. They had bypassed Mont Aigoual.

    At this point, after Gorges du Tarn and Gorges de la Jonte the day before, Gorges du Trévezel was just another pretty ditch although the road through this one was a bit disconcerting: very narrow, definitely only one lane wide, with no shoulder on one side and a drop-off on the other. What do we do if a car ...