La Reserve

Address: Route de Cordes, Albi, Midi-Pyrénées, 81000, France | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Route de Cordes, Albi, is near Cathedrale Ste-Cecile, Musee Toulouse-Lautrec, Musee Goya, and Raymond Chesa Leisure Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Albi

    Cordes-sur-Ciel and Albi

    A travel blog entry by carpefeline on May 16, 2015

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    ... lot yet. Everyone back on the bus and he drops us at the foot of the hill where the little train is about ready to depart. About 6 of us find a space on the train to ride up the hill. The others walk up the steep road.


    The ride is short and the train stops at the foot of another steep street but that's as far as it goes. We weren't sure but as everyone else was getting off and starting up the street, so did we. It is a ...

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

    A travel blog entry by jacksatlast on May 15, 2015

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    ... and descend. Castres the next day. After a very disturbed night. The classic town Aire. The ****** little kids came out to play at 2 am and gunned there under powered noisy little cars around our Carpark for fun until they ran out of fuel. We can cope. Why did we come to Castres? The rough guide said it had interest and it did. Saturday morning and its market day. Fantastic. Despite the very cool 13 degrees and high winds we head for town on our bikes. ...

    Last full day at the watermill

    A travel blog entry by brown.a on Apr 17, 2015

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    ... up the streets to the main square and town walls. The town was surrounded by two walls - one higher and the other smaller one lower down. Quite touristy but did not spoil the place and could have wandered around for a while but had said we would be back at the watermill for lunch to try and eat some of the food we still had to get through.
    Charlotte bought some lovely caligraphy cards at one of ...

    A quiet day exploring nearby

    A travel blog entry by brown.a on Apr 16, 2015

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    ... a valley beside the River Aveyron with a castle above the picture postcard village. The houses had slate roofs and quite a different feel to the medieval villages we had been through previously.

    An impressive chateau was sitting above the village and this chateau has been totally restored from a pile of ruins by the late Fernand Pouillon, a prominent French architect. He restored it in the 70s ...

    Exploring today

    A travel blog entry by brown.a on Apr 14, 2015

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    ... houses from the 13th and 14th century in between. The drive into Najac was beautiful through rolling countryside (no fences), some impressive chateaux type houses and a river below with camping areas dotted around. The population of Najac is apparently 900 and swells to 4000 in the summer months. Would not like to visit then as the roads are so narrow as are most in this area. Can see why the French here do not own four wheel drives only ...