Le Grand Balcon

Address: Square Tournier, Mazamet, Midi-Pyrénées, 81200, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Square Tournier, Mazamet, is near Gouffre geant de Cabrespine.
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Travel Blogs from Mazamet


A travel blog entry by jentalbs on Jul 05, 2015

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Four hours of driving which we're finding quite easy especially with TomTom guiding us. We've only headed down a oneway street the wrong way once but the funniest incident was when we accidentally drove into a car park & couldn't find our way out. We stopped at a boom gate & not being able to see how to get through it, Lindy started to reverse. From across ...

Day 5 of the canal boat tour

A travel blog entry by sandyrob-2015 on Jun 23, 2015

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... good! We go through one more lock and then come across a beautiful spot to moor for the night which gives us shade for the evening and is near a small village so we can still get fresh bread and croissants for breakfast. Rob and I go for a walk up to the village, as we do, and have a bit of a look around. Then it's back to the boat to freshen up and have dinner and a few wines on the flying bridge. Watching the fish in ...

Floating down the canal du midi

A travel blog entry by yvonneb33 on Jun 23, 2015

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... have million dollar views of the castle, and do some work with the selfie stick to prove it.
Prior to dinner we do a walk into the village, and discover the castle is not accessible, as a Norwegian couple have bought it. The rest of the villages is dead quiet. No one around. No shops. No cafes. Only one restaurant on the canal which gets good reviews so that's where we are going for dinner! Photos to come.

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Castles in the Sky

A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Oct 12, 2014

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... themselves. But they wouldn’t pay taxes and were pretty extreme in their beliefs around not taking the sacrament, being baptized or following the Pope. The Crusades were vicious. One town of 20,000 people were all killed. Some were Cathars others were Catholics. When the Pope was asked how to tell them apart he told the soldiers, "Kill them all. God will sort it out."

We arrive in ...

December 2nd to 5th - Carcassonne

A travel blog entry by emmaandrohan on Dec 02, 2013

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... menu said in French I had guessed this is what it would be but we thought that would be ridiculous. Turns out not to be the case, although we didn’t see anyone else ordering hot chocolates like ours.

When the kids had finished their scavenger hunt, we made our way back home to have lunch. I stretched out of my comfort zone a little and managed to book myself in for a wax. The ladies didn’t speak any English so I hoped that’s what I’d booked ...

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