Hotel Le Geneve

Boulevard Georges Clemenceau, La Bourboule, Auvergne, 63150, France | Hotel
 

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We had the last laugh!

A travel blog entry by startrailers

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Surprisingly Tuesday dawned bright and clear! Just right for another of our missions.......Luckily we were woken at 7am by a delivery so were able to make an early start on our visit to the Puy de Sancy. This is ' the roof of the Auvergne' at 1886m First we had to travel to Le Mont-Dore another ...

Third time lucky?

A travel blog entry by startrailers

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... 1700 -1800m - including Puy Mary, Puy Violent and Puy de Peyre **** ( there should be an acute accent on the 'e'!!) Guess what? just as they came into sight it started to rain and rain!

We found the Aire we had planned to stay overnight at, at a ski station, but it was ...

Bedous to Chambon-sur-Lac

A travel blog entry by heatherandjohn

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... and parked just out of town to start our walk. It was still very hot and incredibly humid. My head felt like a leaking colander.

Our walk took us up the hill and over to a lake. The lake is the highest in the Masif Central area and is renowned for its ice fishing. The only place in France where this is permitted. Apparently they can have up to 400 fishermen on the lake at one time sat around a regulation sized ice hole. As we approached the lake, the ...

Besse-et-St-Anastaise

A travel blog entry by susannz

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Yesterday we left the town of Besse-et-St-Anastaise, a medieval town in the Puys du Dome region of Auvergne. This was another magic spot we lucked upon, (thank you Google) staying in the ramparts of the old fort. Our front gates were actually set in the old town wall. The Belfoi Tower was the main gate originally...and so old! We are loving all the history we are discovering. We bought cured salamii type sausages from a shop that was in a 15th century building...the building was ...

Day 5 - Saf Nav

A travel blog entry by moltomadmod

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... aside here. Paul says the best advice he was given pre-trip, other than "don't go you idiot", was from Dominic Miller, who works for OIM. "Take gaffer tape," advised sagacious Andy. And, let's face it, it has come in useful. Although I struggle to think of a situation when gaffer tapes not a sensible addition to any trip or set of circumstances.
Paul rates his meal last night as one of the worst he had ever had. His Supreme de Poulet at the ...

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