Kyriad Castres

Address: 11 Rue Henry Le Chatellier Zi De La Chartreuse, Castres, Midi-Pyrénées, 81100, France | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 11 Rue Henry Le Chatellier Zi De La Chartreuse, Castres, is near le Sidobre, Le Centre National et Musee Jean-Jaures, and Eglise St-Benoît.
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Travel Blogs from Castres

A lovely week

A travel blog entry by mariontrew on Jun 07, 2015

1 comment, 4 photos

... that I had gone through very slowly and as I emerged onto the steep road away from the ford I didn't have enough power to get up the hill and stalled with my back wheel still in the water. I got a bit panic stricken as I had visions of me failing to re start the bike or falling off backwards into the water, but all was well and on the second attempt we made it up the steep road. Very shortly I found myself on another gravel track but by this time I thought ...

Bordeaux to Carcassonne 1 night

A travel blog entry by adamjess on Jun 06, 2015

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Today we woke early an got up for breakfast which was pretty average a lot of breads, meats and cheese, then got in the bus and drove close to 4 hours to a lovely chateau in the medoc area! The winery was built in the 16th century and it still had the original cellar were they aged the red wine. After the tour of ...

Carcassonne

A travel blog entry by europeantour13 on May 28, 2015

1 comment, 14 photos

Leaving Ainsa, we drove 40km along Mountain valleys - wow - to get to the 3.4km tunnel into France. The views there were possibly even more breathtaking as we carefully drove down the series of hairpin bends. Lush green, forested and ridiculously steep hillsides stretched before us and villages 400 meters popped up from each other as they clung to the steep slopes. There was an immediate change in houses, with the terra ...

Day 16. Castres. Fight or Flight. We ran!

A travel blog entry by jacksatlast on May 15, 2015

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... bits on it it could be anything! It was very steep, very narrow, with weaving hairpins, single passing places, giant overhanging rock faces with rusty old signs giving an estimated height of which most Elvis was above, hence the need to sit on the English side for much of the way usually on bends and it was very very long. 25 miles long. Crazily we never saw another vehicle in either direction all the way down, thank goodness!!! Now I should have ...

La Fête Nationale

A travel blog entry by sylvanafinn on Jul 14, 2013

128 photos

As you may or may not know, July Fourteenth is France's National Holiday, much like our Fourth of July. "While the date is the same as that of the storming of Bastille, July 14 was instead chosen to commemorate the 1790 Fête de la Fédération. It is a symbol of the uprising of the modern nation and of the reconciliation of all the French inside the constitutional monarchy which preceded the First Republic during the ...