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

... the agenda and Croatia was going to get the flick. Liz drove Dan to a couple of wineries for a taste test (a bit awkward because of the language barrier with the old ducks running the show) and we checked out the town and the lavender farm and distillery, where Lizzie got some sweet gardening tips. Hired a canoe for a paddle down the river, watching eagles soaring and swooping above, the canyon walls on each side and a couple of little rapids. Was great fun, even with ...

Champagne to burgandy canal. Its gotta be good

A travel blog entry by thermalsailors on Oct 30, 2012


... freezing cold night for nothing. She is enroute to London by train now. For future reference Eurolines staff couldnt organise a pissup in a brewery. i did four locks today. All small rises of only 2-3 meters. i was feeling pretty cocky after the third went so smoothly. I just motor up to the hanging tube ( rubber hose) which starts the lock process. Its easy enough to put the hose near the cockpit. Then I enter the lock and ...

To the Louvre and back!

A travel blog entry by stacianddave on Jun 25, 2012

1 comment, 71 photos

... to get there. It is truly difficult to take in the enormity of the structure. Initially a Palace for the Kings and Queens and then Napoleon. We wandered thru the ornate halls trying to take it all in. We started at the Venus de Milo, the godess of love. We enjoyed the Gallery of statues, the Roman section, saw the French Crown Jewels, the Medieval World ...

Goodbye Catalan, Hello Languedoc Roussillon France

A travel blog entry by diff54 on Sep 28, 2011

5 photos

... 3 heavily armed transit police escorted the conductor on the train; surrounding her as we negotiated buying a ticket. I don't know if we looked suspect, this is usual process or there was an alert out for someone.

Lucy and George were kindly going to collect us at the station, and it was a happy and pleasant surprise to have Lucy on the platform as we pulled in, ...

Burgundy - All to Ourselves?

A travel blog entry by nealrover on Jul 31, 2010

1 comment, 21 photos

... that would go well with our other decorations back home and headed on as we wanted to explore the local area today. St Pere also has a fairly large church for the size of village and also an even older one that was burned down many centuries ago in some religious wars and then used as a graveyard within the ruined walls. Very strange and not a place to have a picnic in at night I think!

We went on to via the D100 to Chatel-Censoir and in the square was a small market. The ...