Hotel Restaurant Le Teinchurier
Travel Blogs from Brive-la-Gaillarde
- Karen & Greg, Sally, Darlene and Ted depart for Montpellier and Marseille
- Katie, Kevin, Ben and Sophie arrive from Burlington, Ontario (via England, Paris and Bordeaux)
- Kate and Damon arrive from Toronto (via Paris and Bordeaux)
- Maggie and Peter arrive from England (via Bergerac)
... and horses. Deeper in, painted horses, mammoths, mountain goats, deer, All painted 13,000 years ago by Cro-Magnon people/artists. The highlight of the day was Grotte de Font de Gaume. We were 3 of the lucky 80 people allowed in today, in groups of 12. Our tour guide was able to reserve tickets for us. Visits are limited because it is the last cave open to the public with polychromatic prehistoric paintings. Carbon dioxide, ...
Awesome medieval village clinging to the cliff side, a place of pilgrimage on the way to Santiago de Compostela. "Houses above the stream, churches above the houses, rocks above the churches and castle on the rock"' all this less than 25 minutes ...
3rd June 2014
Left our camp site early in the morning after a really cold night. The Hennessy Hammock, hereafter refered to as just 'the hammock', is really comfortable and it's nice to be off the floor where the creepy crawlies can't get me but the mossie net lets in a draft and the material underneath you is so thin it doesn't keep your bum warm even in your sleeping bag. The only time my poor little pi gu (that's bum in ...
... I thought my dad was over doing it a little bit and his compulsive nature to not be as wasteful as possible was going to kill me or at the very least send my feet into another frenzy and turn on me before we'd even reached our first stop. 30mins after setting off I was convinced that was the plan. Kill me off and then he could return to the comfort of his cottage with a nice glass of whiskey and watch some Big Bang Theory on the telly.
However, it got ...
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking