Premiere Classe Gueret

Lieu dit Cher du Prat, Gueret, Limousin, 23000, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Lieu dit Cher du Prat, Gueret.
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Travel Blogs from Gueret

TIOMM - Day 2, Orison 11th June, 2013

A travel blog entry by jimhilbert on Jun 11, 2013

4 photos

... Spain. 10 k to the border and 8 k to the hostel.

Over the Pyranees. Pair O Knees be buggered. It was the whole dead corpse and I can say now the hardest physicsl undertaking I have ever undertaken.I put my head down and when I would look up to see if there was any respite, the road just kept going up. Steeply. More on this in my next ...

Day 16

A travel blog entry by owiedoeseurope on Oct 02, 2012

... bottle in there, plonker. The lovely young lady pulled it to bits then offered to help me reassemble everything, with a smirk. So Owie gets to be the last on the plane and everyone is waiting for me, was well in the mood for someone to say something!!! An uneventful flight sitting next to some Americans who were very keen on my IPad case. In fact it has attracted a lot of attention on the trip. Landed at Nice, getting very excited to see the English/French dottir ...

Voie verte

A travel blog entry by donaldc on May 08, 2012

3 photos

... day in Olargues, and we got there by about 11:00.  The market is about 5 stalls, but that was enough for us.  We got fresh strawberries at one stall, and three goat cheeses at another (two demi-sec, and one fort). That was all either of them sold.   Then we got a pain aux figues, a baguette, a croissant aux amondes and a pain aux raisins at the boulangerie, and a tomato, a beer and an orangina at the grocery; then we were set for a picnic ...

Paris-Bayeux-Normandy-Mont Saint Michel

A travel blog entry by kellywiseman on Jun 08, 2011

2 comments, 10 photos

... that has been converted to a campground. The kids made fast friends with the owner and her dog, Pollee, and we met a lovely group of Brits celebrating DDay. The next morning we headed to Bayeux, where we viewed the 70m tapestry depicting William the Conqueror's battle to claim the crown of England in 1086. Harrison was enraptured by the story and Ainsley by the craftsmanship. We then visited ...

Meeting the wonderful people of France

A travel blog entry by sugarbaker on May 17, 2010

10 comments, 4 photos

One day runs into another and each one is overflowing with new experiences with new foods, new friends, new places to see, new sites and subjects to paint and photograph, new journal entries that words are not adequate enough to begin to express the thrill and joy of being here.

Still typing with a French keyboard so this will be ...