La Bergerie

Address: Aragon, Languedoc-Roussillon, 11600 , France | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Aragon

    Carcasonne to Montreal.

    A travel blog entry by nmasters on Sep 10, 2015

    6 photos

    Weather mild, sprinkle of rain, sunny arvo. Travellers driving like native Europeans. Once again, the GPS was both friend and foe, taking us in the general direction we needed, but insisting on leading us down tiny narrow laneways for long distances. This meant that we enjoyed lots of agricultural scenery, with tractors harvesting grapes into enormous trucks, cutting sunflowers to the ground and ploughing up the ...

    The Pyrennean Aussies

    A travel blog entry by cndashton on Sep 08, 2015

    2 photos

    A useful tip: Don't ever try cycling after a meal of wild boar and beans. Being bloated whilst hunched over the handlebars is no fun. I leave you to imagine the jokes (and noises) in the peloton this morning.

    Simone looks like a cartoon bumble bee on a bike. He is short, stubby with a big round tummy and he's wearing black and orange. He does, however, prepare the best picnic lunches. The way to wind him ...

    Life on Canal du Midi

    A travel blog entry by anne.l.lewis60 on Aug 24, 2015

    10 photos

    ... the back. Of course this is not possible as we only have 4 of us and one is always needing to help the single handed guy in front or the damsel in distress behind. So it is always a bit of to and frowning before we get settled. Once secure on the bank, one or more walk the toe paths to check out our number in the sequence, how many boats the lock will take, if the lock is operating or if the master is at lunch or finished for the day and ...

    Fellow correspondents. We enjoyed your company!

    A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Nov 09, 2014

    ... accounts. I know they marched many of the men and teenage boys to other camps as the Russians drew near. I also remember reading that the entrances to the camps were well landscaped and pretty to help with propaganda efforts. They wanted the world to think the atrocities didn't exist. Just wondering if any of that is mentioned.


    “Larry, I so enjoy your stories and pictures. As you know I teach 6th grade Social Studies. I teach a unit on ...

    Narbonne and Homps

    A travel blog entry by janbernie on Jun 04, 2014

    1 comment, 26 photos

    ... for travelling.Although sailing ships travelled up and down its course,their masts lowered,to avoid sailing around Gibraltar,it was the specially designed and locally made canal boats- barges,saltines and coutrillons- that accounted for most of the traffic. In 1989, the last Canal du Midi freight barge came to the end of its final journey.Having hardly any economic value( except for irrigation ) the Two Seas canal network was threatened with ...