Hotel Mercure Rodez Cathedrale
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... had for 10mins and after they cool taking the skins off and we are going to freeze them to do with them what we please. We did mix them with a brill savoury sausage meat open pie, really delicious and a bit of crunchy texture. We took a canvass bag, a bag for life type and wondered into the woods, 15 mins later we had about 5 kilos of nuts by just picking them off the ground and being picky ...
... of Tierry) and we were not disappointed. A very narrow road for Pierre to negotiate for the last 2-3km, but it was worth it. A real fairytale village, with a lovely old bridge over the river, a chateaux on the hill and a very old church at the end of the bridge and as for the houses they were quite extraordinary. It was such a lovely sunny day we walked up the hill to the chateaux (unfortunately closed) and then had a walk through the woods looking for ...
We have had an interesting day, a gentle start and then went to find a recommended village called Sauveterre-de-Rouergue, about 7km away, the roads were a little narrow for a while, but luckily as usual it seems, the French were taking an early lunch!!! What a charming village, voted one of the prettiest in France and you could see why. The centre of the village is built around a very large court yard and the majority of houses, ...
... a traditional shepherd's way of life, made from steel plates and a brilliant nuts & bolts sheep dog and look at the shepherds eyes! whose keeping a look out for Wolves etc from a dry stone building and his shelter was nearly the same. There was also a great view of the near by town with a monastery topping the hill. This town has no name!!!! Just about another hour & a half and we arrive at our proposed 3 ...
We were rather dreading today, as we knew it would probably be rainy, and we had to first climb down to the very bottom of the gorge below Conques, cross the Dourdou river, on a pont Romain, then do a massive ascent up the other side. Well it wasn't so bad - I mean it was a never ending uphill on a stony path, and it was sprinkling slightly, but we were protected by the overhead trees and didn't put on ponchos till ...