Travel Blogs from Moissac
... as it was where bankers first started charging interest on their loans. As a result it was mentioned by Dante as a place of sin, alongside sodom! It is best known for its bridge. The pont valentré. Dated 1309. The old part of town is ...
Woke to Grey skies followed by some wicked thunder and lightning! We took our time packing as no rush due to the weather, eventually 11.00am came so we were off in light rain. Cycled 1km to the Boulangerie where a Quiche Lorraine and an Expresso went down well. Not hacing a waterproof jacket did not help but it was not cold at all. We were smoking along today which could have been the rain I suppose or we are fitter but our average speed over 40km was ...
- Rain thunder more rain and more thunder, looks set in for the day, but if it improves I will try to get away.
- While in Agen I deflated the dinghy and stowed it on deck, should really have done it many miles ago, but hey ho,
- Broke the netbook today, got some expert advice from my old buddy Robert Brown. And yes turning it off and on can help a ...
We woke to thunderstorms and rain after a good nights sleep. A very slow start was planned today as only a 30km ride. Check out wasnt until 11am so lots of time to watch the rain and listen to the thunder. The lower level of the Chateau was flooded so the family was in a panice trying to dry up the water. We left before 11am as the weather looked like it was breaking and hit the local boulangerie for a cheap breakfast, then off we went in the drizzle. It was actually quite ...
Other places to stay in Moissac
3 place des Recollets , Moissac | Hotelfrom $94
Esplanade du Moulin BP21, Moissac | 3 star hotelfrom $110
2, Allee Montebello, Moissac | Hotelfrom $80
2 Avenue Pierre Chabrie, Moissac | Hotelfrom $75
1167 chemin de Pignols, Moissac | 2 star hotelfrom $73