Mercure Saint Nectaire
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Swimming pool
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After a long and tiring journey we arrived at our campsite. Weather is lovely so went for an uphill walk in the evening. Just enjoying a beer in the bar now. Day by the pool tomorrow me thinks. Did a little reading by the van after breakfast and then dozed off. After lunch went and had a dip in the pool. After some much needed sunbathing we decided to have a game of tennis - Sue cheated of course! Sat in the shade now with cool beer ...
Another day and another Aire, Brioude was a nice town that we wandered looking for ideally a nice restaurant for the evening to celebrate a Year on the road... We settled for dinner in Herman but had a fun day celebrating our adventure and enjoyed some nice messages on ...
... that day went up to a volcano lake called Lake Pavin. The roads were twisty and windy and mum wouldn't have liked it! We walked up steep stairs all around the village , found old ruins and a church , a market the day we left. Weather was fine but still a little cold . We then travelled on to Valliguiere .
From Robyn in ...
... of France, we had a short stop for lunch about two and a half hours into the journey, we were at about 850m above sea level at the picnic aire an the temperature was reading 26c, quite warm. It had been a long climb, up and down obviously more up than down and it definitely showed on the fuel gauges. Another 90 minutes and we pulled into our campsite for the night, in the ...
The Auvergne was one of my ‘wish list’ places to see. It is situated pretty much in the centre of France and is about as rural as you can get, reported to be the least populated region in Europe. I have a fascination of volcanoes and and although the land scape is made up of a mass of volcanoes, they are all extinct now and the last eruption was over 8000 years ago, although there is still a huge amount of under ground ...