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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Doussiere Le Rozier
Travel Blogs from Le Rozier
... we were horrified when we looked down at St. Come way down in the distance, as we knew we would have to descend that far again!!! Anyway, we finally made it here at the hotel by 5 pm! But we do love Espalion. It is quite a bustling place - Amr thinks it is busier than Le Puy - and quite charming. And we are staying in the Hotel de France, right in the centre next to Le Mairie, and now that we have showered and washed feel like new people, even if tired ones! Our total ...
... far - everything worked easily - water pressure and temperature!!! In winter it is very snowy round here by the look of post cards and photos round the place. And a skiing area too....hard to imagine now. Dinner here in the hotel. Should be good, very friendly people. People always ask where we come from and it is always good to be Australian! Much preferable than English in French eyes!!! And they are always amazed at how far we have ...
... but it's still a working town and quite a buzz about. Leaving for our pique Nique we hit the 12 md peak hour rush home for lunch! Quite feral with all the school kids out too! We find a park beside the Tarn river, with views of the Viaduct in the distance behind an ancient bridge close to us. It is perfect. Baguette with our leftover dinner. It is superb, the flavours of the fowl enhanced by the time spent with the cabbage and bacon ...
After croissants and coffee we wave farewell to Camping de la Cite in amazing Carcassonne.
Mick's dip beam headlight bulb has blown, not good because I rely on seeing his bright light in my mirrors so I know he is following me okay.
So Tomtom comes to the rescue again. We find a Bosch service centre in the 'Points or Interest' lists just a few kilometres away. In fact it is a diesel ...
... were unable to park outside in the square but had to unload and go to a public car park. However, the guy on reception actually phoned the police and got special permission to park outside the hotel. Way to go! BE and RL removed the bollards, moved the cars out of the square and into an area in front of the hotel and then had a couple of refreshers and then went for a walk around the narrow streets of the old town. On our return, however, we were told to remove the ...