Les Deux Abbesses
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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Free parking
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... and went through miles of deciduous trees, mostly beech ablaze with colour in the brilliant sunlight.
I tried to take photos but it doesn't do it justice. We then dropped down with a gorge below us until we reached Florac, glowing in the sun, in the valley below limestone rocks.
We had considered staying at ...
We got up in the morning and took the bus to the funicular. We took the other funicular this time to the Roman theatres and the museum. The museum had a lot of statues and a ton of huge stones with Roman writing on them. Also, there were many mosaics from the floors of houses used by the Romans. These floors were made in the 3rd and 4th century A.D. One of them you ...
... we said goodby to Clare and Laurence our two most delightful French friends who were returning to their families after being away fro a week, and we journeyed on a further probably 8 km until we literally staggered into the hotel pruners .. Quite a charming hotel where we had a room for four (single beds) perfect.. Terry and jane were waiting for us..Helen and ...
Well today was a very long and arduous day...very up and down but it always seems more up than down. We were up early and off after breakfast, for 8am. And boy oh boy was it freezing quite a heavy frost on the ground, our hands were freezing so we had to step it out to warm up. By the way a fruit and vegetable market had set up outside our hotel... Wonderful produce to buy and all the village ladies with ...
We were able to have a very nice sleep in this morning after a lovely evening dinner with our terrific host, Peter Joyce the owner of Le Pain de Sucre in Monistrol. Very very pretty hamlet in beautiful valley, with small church dating back to the12 century... Stunning views every where. Peter our host drove Terry, Helen and myself up the step slope out of town while Jane, the brave, walked up and up the huge mountain out ...