Logis des Cretes de Pignols
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... what it was like back in the day. It was a massive castle with houses and shops and everything. It looks exactly like something out of Robin Hood. Very fun to explore. Stoned walkways. Very yummy French lunch before we cross the border into Spain. And we have made it to ...
... it sorted out, some how. By this time the heavens had opened and it was bucketing down. So looked up where a nice aire only to find when we were nearly there, we were the wrong side of the river and a sign saying weight limit, 3.5t, we didn't want to chance it. So carried on a few more kilometres and saw a sign and found an unusual site but it would be ok for one night, had electricity and Internet, bonus. Pictures will show what we ...
So yesterday was 'part of the adventure' according to Jess which to me is just another way of saying it was a ****** old day. We discussed going home (French not Welsh) and all things considered we thought this was what we would do. Our plan had been to drive almost 5 hours to one of the few campsites open which had a cool swimming pool. So really we were only going there for this reason and 5 hours for a swim is slightly ridiculous. We looked at other ...
... What a walk! On to Uzerche again, the 11th, with views, walks and electricity. Another quiet night. Now resting at a new aire here at Negrepelisse, OK, close to the town and near he river L'Aveyron - walking here too with loads of walnuts in the bag. So far brilliant, moving South, warmer and drier and nicely rested doing lots of walking preparing for the longer and harder walks in the ...
... a tiny gem of a town. A world heritage site and really consists of one street and an enormous church - la Collégiale de La Romieu. Started in the 14th Century as a collegiate, and having been ravaged during the religious wars and the revolution, the church - now used as a parish church - is still standing, but the cardinal's palace is all gone (sold to a person in 1793 who used it as a quarry..) except for one ...