Hotel Le Pressoir

Address: 300, av. de Saint Pons., Saint-Chinian, Languedoc-Roussillon, 34360 , France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 300, av. de Saint Pons., Saint-Chinian.
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        Delightful marina, perfect sunny day.

        A travel blog entry by phil-jayne on Nov 09, 2015

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        ... if this is the correct translation! There are lots of interesting tiny alley ways, some just wide enough for a small car and at that moment a tiny road sweeper zoomed past us into a no entry and then right into another no entry, good job most of the inhabitants are most likely asleep!!! As we left Pierre quite early we decide to head back for lunch and find a more direct route( or rather Jayne did, I am a bit hopeless at directions ...


        A travel blog entry by phil-jayne on Nov 08, 2015

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        ... Phil got back with Tess, the monster motor home behind us opened its back hatch to put their car away! This wasn't a motor home it was as big as a big coach with a garage. It had a winch inside to pull the car up the ramps and within mins they were off. It was only a short drive to Gruissan where the aire is huge, it can take up to 80 vans, although not that many this time of year. We are parked up about 100ft from the sea but its ...

        Day 43 Time to get out of the apartment

        A travel blog entry by lindeelee on Nov 19, 2013

        22 photos

        ... decided I was hungry when I arrived, and amazingly finding a car parking spot was pretty easy, it was signposted and the signposts didn't lead you off into the wilderness as some tend to. Finding the shops was harder. Roaming around streets and couldn't find any, came back to the car and started again, then a car stops and asks me directions. Of course I can't speak French and tell her so and that I'm Australian. Argh she's English and she too has been driving around looking for ...

        Celebration time

        A travel blog entry by jaygeoff on Jun 21, 2013

        1 comment, 2 photos

        ... the cathedral of St Nazaire.

        Mind you we had a wonderful meal to celebrate the whole ride along with the French wine and Armagnac it was a great way to finish the tour. I was awarded the prize for the person who got lost the most. Mostly I got lost because I followed other people. Still it was worth it just for the recognition.


        A most wonderful day, thanks to Vin en Vacances

        A travel blog entry by redwatt on May 19, 2013

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        It really was a wonderful day! And it was nice to wake up somewhere that is "our bedroom" for 2 whole weeks. So after brekky, at almost 9am, we wandered down the narrow cobbled lanes and across the bridge to the public car park where Wendy was waiting with her van. Wendy is an English woman who teaches winemaking and runs these wonderful, informative and educational tours, and she has just bought a "ruin" to be renovated, opting to live over here full time.

        We continued on to ...