Hotel Abbaye Ecole de Soreze
Travel Blogs from Soreze
... having the best cappuccino ever in a wifi place with Rebecca, Paul and L ars.
we are listening to jazz, getting ready to order poelee de noix de st, Jacques
we did take a dip I the big pool. Freezing water I might add. But hey, the view
Waiting at the airport in Paris. We had a lovely breakfast at the Novotel hotel where we stayed last night. Paris airport has been well sign posted for Hansel and Gretel, thank goodness. Toddy is looking forward to going home A good flight and now in Dubai. No alcohol for 25 hours. That's not a happy Den and Jen. Still haven't found out what flight we are on tomorrow hopefully we will hear in the morning. Feeling tired. ...
There has been so much … walking, good fun with the McLeans,
pain (agony, that is!), meals, fantastic scenery and hills!
Luckily John McLean walked the first HUGE hills with me, up
and down we crawled, each one being five hundred metres, over one thousand in
one day! He moved fairly quickly so I
had to keep up! We lost Le Chemin's
scent at Rocher Des Deux ...
Carcassonne was an amazing place. This was a full on medieval city completely surrounded by a large wall and perched high on a hill. Although dating back 600 years, it still functions as a normal town in mostly its original condition. We have all been to Old Sydney town or Timber Town in Wauchope, where everything is recreated especially for the tourist, but not so in ...
... within minutes I was riding in the shade of 100 year old plane trees. I kept stopping for photos of the many boats plying the waters of the canal. The locks (écluses) were amazing to watch as the gates opened and closed, changing the water levels, to allow the boats to travel in both directions. The Canal du Midi stretches for 240 languid kms between Toulouse and the southern port of Sête. Built in the 17th century and classified as a world heritage site, it is one of ...
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed