Ptit Dej Hotel Millau
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Ptit Dej Hotel Millau L'Hospitalet-du-Larzac
Travel Blogs from L'Hospitalet-du-Larzac
... They are exquisite, drawn by young artists (they can tell by the footprints) deep in a cave holding a torch in one hand and some Ochre and Charcoal in the other. The paintings are crystal clear and show Mammoths, Bisons, Horses and Aurochs among other things and the artistic quality is better than most of us could do now. They also filled their mouths with paint, put their hands on the walls and spat it out to leave the negative of their hands. It totally blew me and everyone in ...
I'm walking from Millau to L'Hospitalet-du-Larzac. It's quite a climb but I really enjoy it. I don't feel like hitchhiking. There's really not much going on. As I reach L'Hospitalet-du-Larzac, I put my hammock up again. The weather is nice and I hope to get used to the hammock ...
... an absolute beautiful city. The last people that gave me a hitch, gave me a beer too. This is well appreciated as I have my lunch. Millau is the city of water sports, paragliding and the tallest bridge. I find a camping and take my time visiting the city after. I end my day ...
... house, we say our goodbyes. He's going to do his laundry in the city. And I'm going to take another shower and leave. I enjoy the walk today and decide not to hitchhike after all. I make it quite early to Pont-de-Salars. I'm still tired so I decide to call it a day. There's a small patch of forest and for the first time, I sleep in my hammock. I end the day reading one of my favourite books, The Count of Monte ...
... a mountain storm rolled in (we later laughed at what we though had happened) - this storm was extremely windy, brought a lot of rain (a lot of rain), thunder and lighting and caused a lot of stir, again remember ************e speaks English so we were making our own assumptions! Jon though these people were not used to storms as the camp staff were running around frantic, when he saw families drenched with children in ...