Logis Bel Horizon
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Logis Bel Horizon Vic-sur-Cere
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... covered about 350 kms do the day, and it would take a few days to see most of the region in greater depth.
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... trying to avoid the twisted ankle. People tend to keep their properties very well maintained. A fair number of artists seem to be located here and this village unlike the others had some commerce in the form of two bistro/restaurants and a shop with all things Auvergne. We stopped and had a little lunch on a stone wall and had fun imagining what it would be like to live here now and in years gone by. ...
... in the ground covered with a grate. As we didn't understand a word of the tour we joked it looked like a torture room but maybe it was the old butchering room and staff kitchen. When we asked the guide who spoke broken English he pointed to the hole and said 'jail'- it was a torture room! The old owners of the castle used to torture the 'bad' for days on end with all sorts of implements there then let them die a slow death in the 'jail' below as ...
... out for the week, and a couple from Australia on a 6 month tour of Europe. It was great touching base with them.
Tomorrow I plan to visit Amboise but knew it was too far to reach today (France is huge!), so I made my way to Laval and have stopped here for the night. In my effort to loose one weight this trip I have stopped for a pint and a burger, not sure where I read about this diet but it seems very nice!
... 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 ...