Manoir de Montesquiou

Address: La Malene, Languedoc-Roussillon, 48210, France | Hotel
 
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    Travel Blogs from La Malene

    The Toughest Day? ~115km

    A travel blog entry by thebaz on Jun 23, 2015

    21 photos

    ... to include the sign describing the climb in the frame. While he did so, unfortunately he missed the part that indicated the maximum grade on this 3rd (and major) climb of the day, which I believe was 9.6% for those of you keeping tabs. You may also note that the weather was cool and cloudy on this side of the col, which did not inspire confidence.

    There followed a long slog into darkening ...

    Au revoir Provence!

    A travel blog entry by ricksusan2015 on Jun 13, 2015

    3 comments, 3 photos

    ... Florac is at the base of a huge ridge and it is pretty soon we realised that our GPS was navigating us up the windy road that would take us all the way to the top of the plateau. Where we were once looking up at this beast of an elevation, it wasn’t long before we were at the top, looking down on the tiny village and the valley that surrounded it. The next part of the drive involved cutting across the plateau, a feeling of literally being on ...

    Day 21,22 . Weds 20th-21st. Aveze Nr Le Vigan

    A travel blog entry by jacksatlast on May 20, 2015

    4 photos

    ... which was over a 100 yrs old and designed to appeal to fans of The Eiffel Tower. Clive's first ride out for a few days so we take it very slowly, but he wants to go climbing! Up to Aumessas we go. A village of real character nestled on the hillside at 1,532ft which remarkably had a beautifully built stone viaduct and a massive railway station but to us no purpose for the railway being there in the first place! The exit tunnel into the mountain side is ...

    Day 20. Tues 19th May 2015 La Couvertoirade

    A travel blog entry by jacksatlast on May 19, 2015

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    ... to the milk sheds to be milked! We arrive at our destination but Clive is suffering with his digestion so I leave him in Elvis's capable hands and head off for a stroll round the medieval village which has kindly provided us with a very nice country Aire for the night. Dating back to the 15th century it's now filled with small Artisan shops and cafe's run by the 40 or so inhabitants. Few residential pads survive but it still holds its charm in the maize of back alleys. It is ...

    A Day in the Gorge

    A travel blog entry by susankington on Sep 17, 2013

    6 photos

    ... village at a meeting place of several roads accessing the River Tarn. It is little more than a hamlet consisting of a couple of hotels a gift shop and a post office. The pretty stone houses huddling together a hundred metres or so from the river. There is a strong smell of woodsmoke in the air as fires are lit to keep out the unseasonable chill. It is barely 10 degrees in the Gorge. The weather forecast reported that ...