L'Octavio

Address: 3 avenue Montagne Noire, Villegailhenc, Languedoc-Roussillon, 11600, France | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 3 avenue Montagne Noire, Villegailhenc, is near Chateau de Peyreperteuse, La Bastide Saint Louis, Museum of Fine Arts, and Memorial House (Maison des Memoires).
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      Travel Blogs from Villegailhenc

      Beauty shots No. 1, Italy, Monaco, France

      A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Nov 11, 2014

      13 photos

      ... French Riviera

      Monaco down town. Pretty intense place. No parking, no turning, no room. Like sardines in a can.

      More Monaco from above. Home of the rich and famous, or not so famous, but certainly rich.

      By Antonio Canova, the most famous sculptor of his day and some rank him in the top five of all time. Was the personal sculptor of Napoleon and his family.

      The museum docents at Forli didn't much care about my desire to see ...

      Carcassonne, a fortified citadel like no other.

      A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Nov 10, 2014

      16 photos

      ... with the power of the pope and the church, the Cathar doctrines took hold in southern France and grew in explosive numbers until in 1209 Pope Innocent III launched a crusade to crush the Cathars. (There were a dozen crusades during the centuries from 1095 to 1250, only a half dozen of them had anything to do with Israel and Jerusalem. The rest were crusades launched against one heresy or another in Europe, most, as it turns out, were crusades in northern, not southern, ...

      Fellow correspondents. We enjoyed your company!

      A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Nov 09, 2014

      ... car radio said it was headed. (On 9 September, 1965, Betsy hit Grand Isle at 110 mph. The River at Baton Rouge rose by 10 feet. It is recorded as one of the most expensive hurricanes in U.S. history, largely because of the damage in Florida which it had crossed a week earlier.) I was a senior, Gee Gee was a junior, Stacy was in Law School. All three of us were well oiled; super sweet and nasty Morgan David was our seatmate on this excursion. We had been waiting on Betsy for days. ...

      Carcassonne

      A travel blog entry by stumblebum on Sep 08, 2014

      5 photos


      Another three hundred
      mile day with some interesting bits of countryside. The journey was
      marked by being caught in a major thunderstorm the like of which we
      had never seen and we were only a mile and a half from the hotel.
      Cars came to a halt on the motorway unable to clear their
      windscreens. We were saturated within seconds and I was seriously
      worried about how close the lightening bolts ...

      Diagnosis: Pneumonia

      A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Jul 25, 2014

      2 comments, 4 photos

      ... later or so and come down to the station to meet me, bringing his panniers etc with him in the taxi. He will then stay with the first bike and hopefully all the panniers bike and I'll get the taxi to bring me back to the hotel. I'll then cycle the second bike down to the train station, ready to load both of them onto the train at 9.30am. (Can't really lock the panniers onto the bikes very effectively, so can't leave them on the bike safely if we leave a ...