Hostellerie Saint Clement

Col de Curebourse, Vic-sur-Cere, Auvergne, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Vic-sur-Cere

Sunday village market

A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald.

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... was on a blocked off Main Street with many stalls and a mass of locals in coats an scarves circulating. Shopping, talking with neighbours in the street, occupying tables out the front of cafes with family and friends with beer, coffees and the ever present cigarettes. There were great fromagerie stalls that drew us.

Eventually we sat and had water and watched. We had bought veg and other stuff for dinner and lunch. The return was smooth driving and the land ...

A day off has been declared

A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald.

We realised that we are half way through this great adventure. Well within a day or so. The cold has taken possession of Jan, it's raining and it's cold. We are in a great house with Sally and Chris who mean "make yourself at home", old hippies know how to share. I'm cooking tonight à la Aveyon (a local sausage, cabbage, mushrooms, carrots and aligot), the fire's going strong, Jan is reading/drowsing/snuffling in bed, there is a bath (something we've ...

Down but not conquered.

A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald.

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... out in the main street ... is anyone there? When we did stop, lunch was over and finished.

This area seems that bit more remote, that bit more 'in the mountains', less pasture, more forest. There are established farms high on the hills to catch the sun with terraced market gardens. We drove back to Conques and bought fruit and stuff. We went up to the village and hunted for ...

Moving on to Conques

A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald.

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... 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 ...

Le retour de la crevette

A travel blog entry by beoms

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... is famous for those as well.

Aurrilac, aussi mieux connu comme le point bleu de la carte météo. Bon et apparement c'est aussi reconnue pour être la capitale du parapluie. Humm....pas sûre que ce soit une si bonne pub. Enfin, j'ai eu du bol il n'a pas plu pendant que j'y étais.
Ma raison pour se détour par le centre de la france est la présence de la Crevette, sa ...

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