Logis Chez Camillou
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Logis Chez Camillou Aumont Aubrac
Travel Blogs from Aumont Aubrac
Well we had an amazing encounter early this evening with the young Czech man who we encountered several times in Le Puy the day before we left. He was so excited to see us as we were to see him. He never thought he would see us again and we never thought he would make it this far. Nor did he. He had taken our advice and bought new hiking boots, thrown out his other shoes, lightened his pack by several kilos (mailed some things home) and had even traded ...
... for the shade. The church bells were ringing at noon as we entered the first town. We had a picnic lunch beside the church along with a Norwegian young lady who is walking to Santiago and is way over her head. Joanne needed fuel so we went to a cafe for an espresso and then continued for about 1 1/2 hours to Espalion, our stop for the day. All day today we ...
... See the photo with our laundry on the line on our small terrace. The village we stayed in, St Chely D'Aubrac, is a gem. Very small, one patisserie, a few cafés, and a couple of restaurants. The highlight of dinner was the dessert - a tray with a small creme brûlée, berry tort and apple tort. The different tastes were fantastic. We had dinner with our 2 Aussie friends who we hadn't seen for a couple of days. Of course, the man with the red pack was ...
Today, despite the forecast, there was no rain and good cloud cover so we didn't get too hot in the openness of the plateau. I don't think this area of France has had much action over the centuries and any action is from the cows. Lots of young calves! I opened the hotel room door this morning and ran into the French man who was the first hiker we ...
... we finally got there and stopped for photo, we didn't stay long.
It was still overcast with mist at the top, so the descent into Villefort was a bit cool. Linda's hands started turning white so when we got to town we quickly pulled into the first bakery and coffee shop we saw for a snack and hot drinks. Soon enough, the rest of the gang rolled in and joined us.
As we were getting ready to move on, the sun came out! This made the climb to ...