Hotel Chantoiseau

Vialas, Languedoc-Roussillon, 48220, France | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by emtyadventures

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... delicate balcony seating that was groped by vines and purple flowers. Each morning we listened to their great music playing while they set up, the tinkering of diners at lunchtime and in the evening saw the place subtly come to life. Earlier in the week I had made them a mix CD of Australian music to add to their amazing collection, the lovely lady blushing as I gave it to her. She replied with a bottle of red wine.

We saved The Balcony for our second last night expecting ...

A Day in the Gorge

A travel blog entry by susankington


... by the fact it was designed by an English architect, Sir Norman Foster.
We completed the day by visiting the Barrage at Pinet. From here the Tarn is dammed and each night, water is pumped to the top of the hill and then released to drive turbines to create electricity. The Tarn, escaping from the dam, is a mere trickle and we could follow its journey no further but we think it flows into the Garonnne and from there to the ...

Yes . . Another trip to the gorges !

A travel blog entry by wobbleywalkers


... see the natural arched bridge over the river. This time the drive wasn't as arduous as the drive around the gorges du ...

Back in the sun again

A travel blog entry by valkrider


... area where we briefly stopped and took a couple of pictures.

We carried on and got to Vallon about one o'clock. The centre was busy and very touristy. We found some food and had an ice cream as well.
A good walk round and a stroll back to the bike we found a young lady drooling over the Valkyrie. She was speaking alot in French but soon realised we couldn't understand. it was clear that she was in love with the bike.
I'm sure I ...

World Heritage Sites

A travel blog entry by beckydunphy


... toilets. The bridge itself was really impressive - a big improvement on Avignon. It took ages to get home due to a big traffic jam to get into the Haribo museum at Uzès! When we got back to the van we realised that it must have seen some heavy rain, as everything in the awning was drenched. Doubly annoying as I'd considered zipping up the sides before we went out this morning. Harrumph. Anyway, we went out for tea at the site restaurant and it was ...


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