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D 13 (Pont Neuf), Aspin-en-Lavedan, Midi-Pyrénées, 65100, France | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Aspin-en-Lavedan

Changeover Day - Friends leave - Family arrives

A travel blog entry by phildyard

Tentative Plans:

  • 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)


Prehistoric Cave Day

A travel blog entry by nmbenegas


This morning we went with a tour guide, Angelika Simeone. We met at the caves of Rouffignanc. On this tour one rides a small train down tracks into a former underground riverbed. On the sides of the cave are craters left behind by hibernating prehistoric bears. They left claw marks all over the walls of the cave where they scratched to groom their nails after their long sleep. The first images seen are the etchings of ...

Day trip to Rocamodour

A travel blog entry by brianburke


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 ...

From Above

A travel blog entry by pterano.dan


... again. Everytime the signs for the camino told us which direction to go I swore the organisers of the whole thing had picked the hardest route. I can only hope that once we get into the next department (county/province) that it becomes flatter. I don't mind the hard hike so much, it's the fact that I spend so much of the time staring at the ground either trying to avoid big stones or syke myself up for another big hill that I'm not spending nearly half as much ...

From beneath

A travel blog entry by pterano.dan


... it was all over so quickly. Even worse than gravel, loose stone, some of them as big as your fist. All of them just waiting to be stood on so they can dig in or roll slightly making you almost loose your balance. I knew that loose stone paths were going to be the thing that annoyed me the most about the walk.

Two hours later we made it to Rocamadour, again. This time however we did not go up into the village but instead stayed ...


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