Le Luxembourg Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Early wake up and departure for Bordeaux . Passed the town of Tulsa where the space station for Europe is. Saw the rocket ship aurion 5. This is also where the Airbus planes are made. We then drove a bit longer to carcassone. Which is a medieval township which has been ...
... it sorted out, some how. By this time the heavens had opened and it was bucketing down. So looked up where a nice aire only to find when we were nearly there, we were the wrong side of the river and a sign saying weight limit, 3.5t, we didn't want to chance it. So carried on a few more kilometres and saw a sign and found an unusual site but it would be ok for one night, had electricity and Internet, bonus. Pictures will show what we ...
... place and how Remy the owner was very helpful and happy to whip up some food including some Toulouse sausage and frites. Well that sealed the deal for us, we were definitely hopeful we might get to sample some of Remy's Toulousian sausage. We rocked up to the campsite which really was in the middle of nowhere and seemed pretty deserted but before we had even parked out bound Remy from the reception and he walked us round to our pitch. Campsites are a ...
... at Oissel on the banks of La Seine, shopping in IKEA next day (Rouen) before heading down to Lamotte Beauvron. A very busy stopover, completely full but no noise and no trouble, nice canal walk as well so worth using in future. Then two nights at Lac de Saint Pardoux - an excellent place sleeping under pines and firs and walking around the lake, nearly 22 km walk in fact and collected loads ...
... a tiny gem of a town. A world heritage site and really consists of one street and an enormous church - la Collégiale de La Romieu. Started in the 14th Century as a collegiate, and having been ravaged during the religious wars and the revolution, the church - now used as a parish church - is still standing, but the cardinal's palace is all gone (sold to a person in 1793 who used it as a quarry..) except for one ...