L'Ombriere

Address: Vitrac, Dordogne Valley, Aquitaine, 24200 , France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Vitrac

Aubusson

A travel blog entry by david.seldon on Aug 29, 2014

2 comments, 16 photos

... roads..... So, we meandered through lots of tiny little French villages which are all very similar - totally and utterly deserted - no sign of life at all, with a few parked cars, but no people, no lights, no open doors or windows, nary even a neon/fluoro sign to suggest that there may be living beings within.... Despite the tiny, narrow roads, apart from being scared-half-off-the-road by an escaping farmer appearing around a blind corner in his tractor with some giant bit ...

D'Azay Le Rideau

A travel blog entry by david.seldon on Aug 29, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... on the menu..... The poor guy tried to explain, and indicated his stomach, and then we managed to get the word "pork" as well, so it was decided that it was pork-belly.... Now, I actually love baked pork-belly - delicious! But, well....ummm....It's not quite pork-belly...in fact....NO! When it arrived, I thought it was a pork filet.... Then when I cut it , it .....ummm.....it didn't look that flash.... Damned ugly in fact....even repulsive, or ...

Montresor, France

A travel blog entry by david.seldon on Aug 29, 2014

3 comments

... can't be charged without the engine running..... All, in all, not a very satisfactory situation as far as I'm concerned, but, Treas wanted to be close to the "action"..... Sorry.... I wasn't sure if the world had stopped, or there had been a nuclear holocaust, but I don't think a single soul stirred the whole evening....It was spooky...! Not a single soul even ventured out of doors, not a car, no music, not a door open, not even many lights ...

Brieve & then on to Paris

A travel blog entry by susanvstravels on Aug 27, 2014

19 photos

We started our day with a tour of the red sandstone town of Collognes La Rouge, after a slight detour to Turenne, a town that looked like something out of a storybook, as we stopped to take photos through the blackberry bushes. Collonge is very picturesque with its pointed turrets, wisteria & grape vine covered buildings. On the way back to Brieve we stopped briefly at Salat where the buildings are lime sandstone, & where I ...

Near Brive La Garde

A travel blog entry by skippopete on Aug 11, 2014

2 photos

So.....heading north again, we aimed for Brive and just east of Brive. More fabulous countryside in the Massif Central. Why? For more cycling and climbing. Did a bit of both and some more cultural stuff. Aubazine is lovely and representative of the area. Great big lesson for the whole excursion - use the tourist info places. They're helpful and have lots of mappy info, which helps understand what's in the area. ...