Hotel les Raspes

Address: Avenue Denis Affre, Saint-Rome-de-Tarn, Midi-Pyrénées, 12490, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Avenue Denis Affre, Saint-Rome-de-Tarn, is near Roquefort Cheese Caves.
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    Travel Blogs from Saint-Rome-de-Tarn

    Day 20. Tues 19th May 2015 La Couvertoirade

    A travel blog entry by jacksatlast on May 19, 2015

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    ... to the milk sheds to be milked! We arrive at our destination but Clive is suffering with his digestion so I leave him in Elvis's capable hands and head off for a stroll round the medieval village which has kindly provided us with a very nice country Aire for the night. Dating back to the 15th century it's now filled with small Artisan shops and cafe's run by the 40 or so inhabitants. Few residential pads survive but it still holds its charm in the maize of back alleys. It is ...

    Day 18,19 Sun 17th. Camares au Coeur du Rougier.

    A travel blog entry by jacksatlast on May 17, 2015

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    ... into the red stone countryside. It's a totally different landscape to anything previous, almost prehistoric with its weird red rock formations and wind blown erosions between the farmed land make for a really stunning valley area. Oh and it is the home to three more Orchid types. Pyramid, Lizard and purple Orchids This is The Rougier region in the Parc Naturel Region Des Grands Causses. It's Chateau Montaignt stands way above. I aim to cycle up to it tomorrow. In ...

    Day 17. A mornings dash enroute to Millau

    A travel blog entry by jacksatlast on May 16, 2015

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    ... so thick the temperature inside was several degrees hotter than out! The wind must whip up and buffet this place all winter judging by the unusual wall protection on the houses. 2ft slate tiles hang from the roof line held on with giant nails. It's quite unique. We don't plan on staying tomorrow. It's foul weather and until the holiday camps where our Carpark is opens by the lakes it's a bit desolate! But the town despite its dark sinister looks up on its hill is worth a visit for ...

    Walking with eagles

    A travel blog entry by susankington on Sep 16, 2013

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    We look out of the window and there is thick fog in the valley. We are concerned as we cannot walk or drive if the fog persists. By ten o'clock we can see that we are just in a band of fog and that the ground above and below us are now clear. So we head off to Le Roque St. Margarite to start our exploration of the Gorge du Tarn by foot.

    The tarn is at this point about 350 metres above sea level and the first hour of our walk takes us up ...

    A day of rest.

    A travel blog entry by susankington on Sep 15, 2013

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    Sunday dawns and we have brought the bad weather with us. It is not raining but has turned very chilly.

    Our first view of the Tarn was near St Rome, where a waterfall cascades down. Not as impressive as the Triberg falls but pretty none the less. As we are still tired from our long journey we decide to explore Millau, our nearest town , stock up on food (and wine ) and then have a lazy afternoon reading or watching France play rugby on the television.
    The one ...