Hotel La Vieille Maison

Address: Le Bourg, Saint-Paul-Lizonne, Dordogne, Aquitaine, 24320, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Le Bourg, Saint-Paul-Lizonne.
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    Travel Blogs from Saint-Paul-Lizonne

    Spain

    A travel blog entry by farmersmart on Jun 27, 2015

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    ... a guided tour of the tunnels. I think we were told that there were 35 miles of tunnels dug to the end of the war & they continued digging tunnels until I think 1962. It’s a wonder that the Rock of Gibraltar hasn’t just collapsed into a heap, as it is full of tunnels. The newer part of Gibraltar has been built on reclaimed land & the filling used was rock from inside the Rock of Gibraltar. From the tunnels I walked down the hill a little to the Moorish ...

    The Easy Road and The Green Road

    A travel blog entry by kayllisti on Jun 12, 2015

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    ... men. We shared a single bathroom that had a door that didn’t lock…not very comfortable. I would also like to say that men have a freedom I just don’t have as a woman. Every time I share a room with men, they strip down to their underwear to wash their clothes, then they sleep in their underwear and walk around the refuge like this. I, however, do not really have the option of stripping down to my underwear in a room full of men and walking around like ...

    Symptoms and Sympathy

    A travel blog entry by kayllisti on Jun 11, 2015

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    Day 35-

    We left Perigueux today as a group of four. We picked up another Dutchman along the way. They call themselves my bodyguards. Unfortunately for me, the addition of another Dutchman meant that most of the conversation was now in Dutch, of which I understand about two words. We left before 7am, and I was glad for this because it was predicted to be very hot today. The first half of the walk was very challenging as it was nearly entirely an uphill climb. When I would ...

    Medieval Streets and Feasts

    A travel blog entry by kayllisti on Jun 10, 2015

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    ... that he likes to cook medieval recipes to give his pilgrims the true experience of the Middle Ages, and he didn’t seem to like the idea that he would have to change his recipe for us. (We requested this before we booked our lodgings, we didn’t spring it upon him). Aside from these comments, I found him to be very kind.

    As soon as I had the opportunity, I showered off the five hours of rain, sweat, and mud to prepare for a walk around ...

    Tea and French Fries

    A travel blog entry by kayllisti on Jun 09, 2015

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    ... half of the hike was much hillier and more challenging, though we passed some large interesting houses and countryside. It wasn't very shaded, but it was still interesting scenery to walk through. Every climb up means that you also get a view of the valley, which is usually always worth the hike up.

    When we were about 8km from our destination we missed a trailhead from the road and walked about 2km in the wrong direction. The ...