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

      Day 16

      A travel blog entry by owiedoeseurope on Oct 02, 2012

      ... up gossip then we went for a walk around to the international dock to have a look at the truely big boats, 60-70m. Bloody huge things with heaps of crew and every little bit of bling you can imagine. One of them was 5 stories tall. Roman Abramovich has one of his boats here, In fact he paid for the international dock which is a recent addition. After a good walk around we headed off back to the boat to uplift our bags and so Maggie could say goodbye to the rest ...

      Voie verte

      A travel blog entry by donaldc on May 08, 2012

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      ... on the rock.  She did bruise one hand and one knee, and scraped the other knee.  The cycling gloves did their job and protected her hands from abrasion.  I slammed to a stop and jumped off to check on my bike.  The handlebars were turned a bot, but i could not see any other obvious damage, so then i asked Caira if she was OK.  After a few minutes, she was good to go,and so was my bike, but I kept them separate after that.  We made it back ...

      Meeting Foie Gras

      A travel blog entry by nishaparmar on May 17, 2011

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      ... 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, ...

      More of the Loire for less

      A travel blog entry by pv_blog on May 05, 2009

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