La Grange aux Marmottes

Address: Quartier Le Village, Viscos, Midi-Pyrénées, 65120, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Quartier Le Village, Viscos.
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    Travel Blogs from Viscos

    Closer to england than holland.

    A travel blog entry by thermalsailors on Nov 21, 2012

    2 comments

    Its been 6 weeks on the canals now. It has been spectacular, exciting, beutiful and enough already. Decided on a half day today. Another barge spun us around this morning. Then we tied up to go shopping at a halt fluvial and a barge came past waving his arms at us in a cryptic fashion. So I walked to the canal authourity office across the canal and asked what the problem could be as we are stopped at a halt ...

    A Week in Provence

    A travel blog entry by plantlegend on Sep 24, 2012

    2 comments, 135 photos

    ... of the world. I must be honest with you on a few of the roundabouts I kept going around in circles since I couldn’t get my bearings so I know the roundabout in Bollene very well. From Bollene to Saint-Roman-de-Malegarde the scenery was more intense with vineyards, lavender fields and the beautiful rustic architecture of the villages, what a drive. The landscape is just like the pictures you see in magazines or coffee table books but more vivid at every turn there is a ...

    Voie verte

    A travel blog entry by donaldc on May 08, 2012

    3 photos

    ... until Caira catapulted over the handlebars.  She managed to get the front wheel completely jackknifed, at which point there was really little option but to catapult over the handlebars.   At the time, we were idling in a stretch of the trail that is cut into the rock, so there were vertical rock faces going up on either side, with drainage channels cut down next to the rock face.  She managed to land in one of these, but did not whack ...

    Meeting Foie Gras

    A travel blog entry by nishaparmar on May 17, 2011

    4 photos

    ... gras again. However... the texture is sublime. It's soft and melts in your mouth. The flavor isn't overpowering or salty - just right. There is no gamey taste to the liver. Just melt in your mouth goodness.
    I'll still never eat it again. The fact that I enjoyed it, though, seemed to be a small win for the huge meat eaters of the group who regularly eat all the meats that I'm only forcing myself to consume for the experience - lamb, duck, ...

    : Sunshine or your money back!

    A travel blog entry by pv_blog on Jul 21, 2009

    Here at P&V, we're are confident that a French holiday with P&V will put a smile on your face.

    Bad weather on your hols however, can quickly turn smiles can turn into frowns...

    Whilst we're confident there will be plenty of sunshine on your French holiday with P&V, ...