Premiere Classe Gueret

Address: 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

Le Tour

A travel blog entry by lizanddan2013 on Jul 23, 2013

22 photos

... shabby. Drove back to town in the middle of a gigantic downpour of rain and evening storm to pick up dinner, and had brekky in the garden under a tree looking out at the vineyards, then drove down to Marseille which was fine until our GPS lost signal and we couldn't find our hotel or the car rental return location, but we got it in the end and returned the car with a bit of extra mud and an extra 1500km on the clock. Good job Fidel. Awesome dinner in Marseille but our stop ...

The return

A travel blog entry by kayyendole on Jun 23, 2012

7 photos

... higlight of the trip was the visit to Carcassonne and thought the medieval city was magical. I think we all agreed it was a trip worth taking and could repeat it on another stretch of the canal quite happily.
John and Wndy's last day was spent at poolside at a lovely campsite we found just outside of Toulouse in Puyssegur 'Camping Namaste' a lovely woodland location where there was true peace and quiet away from the busy city of ...

Eiffel tower with some wine

A travel blog entry by mike_wiechecki on Mar 10, 2012

... night come in at the top (324m up). Eiffel had an apartment at the top where he would hold parties! It was really windy and cold at the top. We went down and watched the light show on the tower which occurs every hour.

The next morning we went and saw the main church in Montmarte- it was really nice and offered really good views of Paris. It was a sunny clear day for a change. After we headed to the Louvre. We bought an audio tour ...

Hanging in there!!

A travel blog entry by kayyendole on Sep 05, 2011

5 photos

... from every balcony and bridge, tempting aromas fill the air from the many creperias and pizzerias but we decide on a la Taverne de maitre Kanter which has a bit of a German ring to it but no sauerkraut in sight; it has the most amazing fish bar and the menu has a long list of temptations to the palette, we go for the Soup de Poisson , never tasted better especially as it was washed down with a fine bottle of Sancerre. A most pleasant lunch accompanied by swans and moorhens ...

Burgundy - All to Ourselves?

A travel blog entry by nealrover on Jul 31, 2010

1 comment, 21 photos

... be passed off as such once decanted. Won't do it though! Not a lot cheaper than Chablis though but it was a very fine wine. There is also a really excellent home shop on the main route up to the Basilica. Quite unusual as well as most of it is outside in a lovely courtyard that has fantastic views across the valley. Strange to see so much pottery and decorative items sold in such a setting but very pleasant and effective it is. Last time we were here we bought some lovely heart ...