Hostellerie Saint Clément

Col de Curebourse, Vic-sur-Cere, Auvergne, France | Hotel
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Meeting other motorcycle travellers

A travel blog entry by mistere on May 14, 2014

5 comments, 6 photos


Distance today 273KM

I left Négrèville, had luck at Granville and followed to route of the bay to Mont St Michele. The journey was a pleasure compared to yesterday, although as I approached the Mont it was such a beautiful sight I kept looking at it for too long whilst riding along a very windey road.

When I arrived I parked where the other motorcycles park and got chatting to a lovely American couple ...

Sunday village market

A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald. on Oct 13, 2013

13 photos

The cold remains in place, so, after a leisurely beginning, we headed off south through the villages of St Cyprien-sur-Dourdou and Nauviale to Marcillac-Vallon where there was a Sunday market. The mists cleared as we drove the narrow road through these lush valleys. The villages are built in reddish mortared stone and are sleepy because it's Sunday. Bells ringing down the distance, I suppose the churches are full. An amazing old mill justified a stop.

The market ...

A day off has been declared

A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald. on Oct 12, 2013

... out for) ... not bad. I lay on the couch talking with one or both of the hosts, reading, sketching, writing and looking out the window into the valley of mists and rain. Having a day off.

The loungeroom has a painting on the wall, just finished, of the green man. It's an image I've researched and thought about in Oz. So fitting it's here. As a potter Sally did restoration work on historic buildings in England ... gargoyles, green men ... The ...

Down but not conquered.

A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald. on Oct 11, 2013

10 photos

... le Fey and finally the larger Entraygues-sur-Truyere, a medieval river port at the confluence of the two rivers. There is an imposing chateau in a relatively small place on a narrow winding road by the river. The town was eerie in that we arrived during the lunch period (two hours) where few people are out, they go home for lunch or lunch out. It's a national institution ... makes you feel ...

Moving on to Conques

A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald. on Oct 10, 2013

1 comment, 15 photos

... is lush. It's higher above sea level and autumn is more in evidence ... more trees are turning. We stopped at a roadhouse where there were eight big trucks; the food was great, inexpensive and properly balanced.

We moved into the mountainous foothills of the Central Massif and arrived at Lou Peyrou, a b&b in Conques, where we were met by Sally and Chris. Their place is on the side of steep hill above the river ...

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