Inter Hotel Arion
Travel Blogs from Limoges
... children and dogs a run etc. The food and coffee are excellent and they are always packed with people. Perhaps it is because of the holidays. About 150kms out of Lyon we went off the toll way and meandered the back roads. It was interesting to see but mainly because most of the villages looked so ordinary. Many of the homes falling into disrepair and even if there was a shop or ...
Spent part of the morning looking at their market where we bought some fresh fruit. Really needed it as haven't been eating as much as usual. Limoges is famous for its porcelain and we were lucky enough to see an exhibition that is only held every 2 years. It was fantastic!! Found a ...
Had a great chat to an English couple over breakfast and could have stayed for hours. In fact would have stayed longer in the area but the Tour de France was in its last stages around there so hardly any accommodation available. We set off at about 11am not knowing where we would stay that night or how far we would travel. Our first stop was Perigeux where we looked at The Vesunna Temple. This was constructed in ...
... the consultant say in French, "@#$%@ Anglais". I told Sue about that after we were 100m down the road and she wanted to go straight back and give it to her.
So Sue's tolerance level was a little low at lunch time!
Ultimately we found a nice lunch spot at a place called La Mot.
Across the road from our lunch spot was the Les Halles, the fresh produce market. Just like Central Market in ...
... as usual and the crowd staying there were good too. Interesting to see faces from 2 years ago such as Tony & David, Chris & Joyce, Bert & Trish, Nathan and Andrew. New faces too.
4 hours later we rolled up at Limoges and to our lodgings for the next 2 days - Hotel Inter Atrium.
After lunch and the TdF we had a stroll down town especially to ...
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed