Hotel La Truffiere

Address: RN (Route Nationale) 20, Gignac, Gignac, Midi-Pyrénées, 46600 , France | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on RN (Route Nationale) 20, Gignac, Gignac, is near Chemin de fer touristique du Haut Quercy - Train a vapeur de Martel.
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Travel Blogs from Gignac

Domme

A travel blog entry by ladyfarrow on Jul 18, 2015

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Had a tootal around on our bikes today including a lovely lunch by the river (Dordogne). We then headed up the steep incline to Domme. It was so steep and hot I think Sue's trying to kill me. Wonder if she has me insured? Even though it's like an old fortress I still managed to find some shops at the ...

Dordogne

A travel blog entry by ladyfarrow on Jul 17, 2015

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Arrived here after a very long and hot journey, needless to say first job was getting in the pool. Found a baby bird which had dropped out of its nest so put it on a ledge where it's mother could find it. Thankfully our pitch is in the shade, it's soooo hot ...

In the Valley of the Cave Men

A travel blog entry by iplod on Sep 04, 2013

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... capital of the Perigord North through which you can wander through 1,000 years of historic buildings, houses, winding laneways, beautifully paved boulevards, many of which feature in French movies.

But closer still is the small village of Castelnaud, which I cycle to in the mornings along the Céou stream, and past green pastures, walnut groves and majestic poplars; ahead of me the enchanting view of the Chateau de Castelnaud ...

The Bio Toilet

A travel blog entry by thereays on Jun 06, 2013

... with water and usual emptying facilities (all free).

There are also cared for toilets in the main square, and a very novel "bio toilet" in the nearby children's play park, complete with diagram of how it all works. Kathleen cannot resist using it. I am getting worried, she is ...

Exploring Uzerche

A travel blog entry by thereays on Jun 04, 2013

... footpath is an old railway line, it goes steadily uphill, and for a railway line, the gradient is quite steep.


I mention to Kathleen that, steam

engines must have struggled up this gradient. Her answer "yes, well, this 66 year old is struggling up this gradient too!".

Something tells me, I ...