Hotel Akena City
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking hotel
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Travel Blogs from Brive-la-Gaillarde
... two instead of one, we cut one in half had a piece each and threw the other one away. We'd bought ourselves some trainers when we went to the hypermarket so we gave them a try out in the evening and went for a run, it was the first proper exercise we'd had since leaving NZ, we don't do a lot of running but I still don't understand why it always seems further coming back than it does going. Saturday April 4th Hit the road again today heading south towards the ...
... br> Luckily the road to Rodez was clear, along the Lot valley, and on to Figeac, and then to Gourdon.
We had visited Gourdon about 5 years ago , when we had a caravan, and had seen the MH Aire.
We liked Gourdon very much. We got settled in the Aire and although it was bitterly cold, went for a walk around the town and up to the ...
... took the back roads following the The Lot and Le Vers rivers into the hills arriving at Collonges la Rouge about 2hrs later. It was a very nice drive with us passing through many small villages with roads so narrow that only one car could pass through at any one time. Not only were the streets in the towns narrow but we also came across a bridge that was nearly 100m long and again only one lane wide, fortunately we did not pass ...
... for champagne & pastries, at the ancient 900 yr old bridge over the Vezere river at Tresson, a very pretty place. The cliffs are weathering & the buildings in danger of collapsing. Most of the towns have very colourful baskets or pots of flowers along the streets & on the bridges, as we are travelling in sunshine it make for very pretty countryside. The next day after a stay @ Brieve, we travelled by bus to Poiters to ...
... one of the numerous wooden barges that are now only used as tourist boats.
Continuing on around the corner we could see Castelnaud in the distance, a quite imposing castle positioned on a rocky outcrop directly above a corner of the river. The township below seemed to be swelling with tourists, but I guess it was close to lunchtime so this was to be expected!
Further paddling, and this time Emma and I were getting a bit worried we'd miss the ...