Hotel Hermitage

Address: 18 Avenue De Brocqueville, Chatelguyon, Auvergne, 63140, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 18 Avenue De Brocqueville, Chatelguyon.
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Travel Blogs from Chatelguyon

Visit to Puy de Dome district

A travel blog entry by robynbee on Jun 03, 2015

1 comment, 6 photos

... that day went up to a volcano lake called Lake Pavin. The roads were twisty and windy and mum wouldn't have liked it! We walked up steep stairs all around the village , found old ruins and a church , a market the day we left. Weather was fine but still a little cold . We then travelled on to Valliguiere .

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First leg to Volvic

A travel blog entry by clunkrena on Jun 02, 2015

4 photos

... of France, we had a short stop for lunch about two and a half hours into the journey, we were at about 850m above sea level at the picnic aire an the temperature was reading 26c, quite warm. It had been a long climb, up and down obviously more up than down and it definitely showed on the fuel gauges. Another 90 minutes and we pulled into our campsite for the night, in the ...

Heading South Again!

A travel blog entry by mandyandpaul on May 22, 2015

2 comments, 12 photos

... another hour further south the next day and crossed over the famous Millau bridge. It was designed by an english architect and is the tallest bridge in the world due to one of the masts reaching 343m high. It was completed in 2004 with a price tag of 400 million euros so we were expecting it to be pretty impressive…….it was ok…..I think it may have been a little over hyped and I have to say that I thought the severn ...

Auvergne - land of volcanoes

A travel blog entry by lynnib on May 20, 2015

4 photos

... and a part-reconstruction of a building. This is the Roman Temple of Mercury which was discovered during the installation of a weather station and is now a major attraction in itself as we learned from the audio-guide in the exhibition centre. Those Romans got everywhere and didn't seem daunted by obstacles that got in their way such as a 436m (base to summit) lump of volcanic rock. As we made our way down to the cafe for a hot chocolate and pastries, we ...

Fix my broken tooth and lost parcels!!

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Aug 25, 2014

4 photos

... phone calls, found a dentist and tooth duly repaired. Then to the Post Office, supposedly to collect 2 parcels from Aus., of Boomer spares. No such luck! No parcels! Helpful staff tried lots of options, then "come back tomorrow" and "fill out a complaint form"!!!! Lunch, then looked at the "black" Gothic cathedral of Notre Dame, made of local volcanic rock. Closed for lunch, so could not look inside. Wandered the streets of the Old Town. ...