Hotel La Riviere
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel La Riviere Entraygues-sur-Truyere
Travel Blogs from Entraygues-sur-Truyere
... we booked it for tea and went back home for a quick rest and then back again. We all chose the 33 Euros meal which included an entrée of scrumptious smoked salmon – so good. My main course was lamb followed by crème caramel served in three pretty little pots – one was pannacotta. Yummy as and so was Craig’s. Photos with the views behind us were ...
... pack for a lighter, smaller version. He said his legs were a little sore because he has never walked before. He was camping and has found it it quite solitary so far. I think we gave him new hope in his journey to Santiago and some renewed energy to continue on. He was keen to give us his email address so we could mail him pictures of us together. He kept hugging Joanne - I think Joanne's son James might have a little competition for motherly ...
... alone while we were walking. Generally the path is in good shape except when we descend and then it can be steep and rough and we have to walk carefully. We enjoy the picnics. We have been buying "traditional baguettes" versus regular baguettes and they are much better. Today's baguette was bought in a boulangerie that had been run by the same family since ...
... See the photo with our laundry on the line on our small terrace. The village we stayed in, St Chely D'Aubrac, is a gem. Very small, one patisserie, a few cafés, and a couple of restaurants. The highlight of dinner was the dessert - a tray with a small creme brûlée, berry tort and apple tort. The different tastes were fantastic. We had dinner with our 2 Aussie friends who we hadn't seen for a couple of days. Of course, the man with the red pack was ...
... I am a changed woman. It was an outstanding country meal and the ambience was perfect. The man in the red pack was there too. The scenery for most of the walk was similar to the Scottish highlands. Rolling hills, ancient stone fences, beautiful big skies and nobody around. At times we could not see anybody as far as we could see. The solitude was ...