Le Manoir de la Fabregues

Lieu Dit La Fabregues, Estaing, Midi-Pyrénées, 12190, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Lieu Dit La Fabregues, Estaing.
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    Travel Blogs from Estaing

    FOOD, WINE AND THEN MORE FOOD

    A travel blog entry by linarogers on Jul 09, 2014

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    July 9, 2014



    This morning after our lovely breakfast we drove down to Remy de Provence to find the village market. It was huge – good flea market stuff and I bought a hat (red & orange) and white cotton dress with red over jacket. Craig bought a knife and 2 pairs of sox. We ran into Fiona and Ian again and had a good chat. After an ...

    Update to today

    A travel blog entry by joannemcleod on Jun 26, 2014

    2 comments, 1 photo

    ... pack for a lighter, smaller version. He said his legs were a little sore because he has never walked before. He was camping and has found it it quite solitary so far. I think we gave him new hope in his journey to Santiago and some renewed energy to continue on. He was keen to give us his email address so we could mail him pictures of us together. He kept hugging Joanne - I think Joanne's son James might have a little competition for motherly ...

    Espalion

    A travel blog entry by joannemcleod on Jun 26, 2014

    1 comment

    Another great day of hiking and solitude. We had a good sleep because the church bells stopped ringing at midnight and started at 7am. For some strange reason they ring twice on the hour. We had a petit dejeuner with 10 French walkers and were off by 8am. For 4 hours we climbed and descended along a shaded path lined by old stone fences. It was sunny so we ...

    Saint-Chely- d'Aubrec

    A travel blog entry by joannemcleod on Jun 25, 2014

    1 comment, 11 photos

    Today's walk was magnificent up in rocky remote hills with vistas that went on forever. It brought out the Scottish in both of us - ancient stone walls, small trees and shrubs, wind, little relief from the elements etc. and cows but few sheep. We came across a hamlet with a cafe that had the biggest berry tart we had ever seen - 2.5 feet in diameter. Good expresso too. Joanne was smiling. No one else came in for 30 minutes but their loss. We shared an apple tart that had ...

    Nasbinals

    A travel blog entry by joannemcleod on Jun 24, 2014

    3 comments, 7 photos

    ... our first day. We have a similar rhythm to our days and have picked the same accommodation most nights. We don't know his name so refer to him as "the man with the red pack." We haven't seen or heard an American, Canadian or Brit since we arrived in Le Puy 6 days ago. For the first time in my Iife I ordered a charcuterie plate and duck confit ...