Les Recollets

1 Rue Du Marche, Moissac, Midi-Pyrénées, 82200, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Moissac

Castleferrus and surrounding towns and villages

A travel blog entry by marilynross

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... on the bridge. We have enjoyed two days with our hosts Ray and Barbara who have arrived back from their holiday and tomorrow we move to the village of Sarcos one and a half hours South of here. We hope all of our New Zealand friends and family are enjoying some NZ summer weather. We miss you guys and thanks so much for your FB messages emails and skype calls, we appreciate ...

Our first week in France

A travel blog entry by marilynross

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... the winter,. We met an English couple who were canal boat sitting if there is such a thing. They were looking after two cats on the canal boat for six weeks. It makes our job look easy! David is wearing his All Black beanie and scarf most days and this couple approached us after spotting the hat! We have met our French neighbours and have been invited for drinks on Tuesday between 4 and 5 pm. David continues to ...

France

A travel blog entry by marilynross

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Well we have arrived in the South of France and this gorgeous village Castelferrus and the house we will be living in over the next two weeks has lived up to expectations. There is a five minute walk down the hill to the small village but we have to drive a further 6 km for supplies. The small community are hoping to get their bakery back next month. We enjoyed spending time with our British ...

A Modern Day Schism

A travel blog entry by aniemi

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... which was also beautiful. It is the birthplace of Nostradamus and is where the hospital that Van Gogh was in is. It is still in business.

Les Baux was an interesting town because it was a town that French protestants took refuge in after the mean old King destroyed their town. It is perched on a mountain top and now contains many shops. It has very narrow streets and the top level of the town is a ruined castle. It contained a ...

Le Mas d'Agenais to Montauban

A travel blog entry by lalviano

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... to change trains at Agen to go to Montauban. The was a TGV which has over 20 carriages and goes extremely fast. We arrived at Montauban as there was an enormous downpour. Ran over to the taxi and got completely saturated. Took the taxi to Le Port de Canal so that we could collect the car. Prayed that the car still had 4 wheels, no broken windows etc as ...

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This hotel is located on 1 Rue Du Marche, Moissac.
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