Villa Morelia

Address: Le Chateau, Jausiers, Provence, 04850, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Le Chateau, Jausiers, is near Viaduc de Millau, Millau Viaduct, La Couvertoirade, and St. Eulalie de Cernon.
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    Travel Blogs from Jausiers

    Day 21,22 . Weds 20th-21st. Aveze Nr Le Vigan

    A travel blog entry by jacksatlast on May 20, 2015

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    ... cramps we take a very slow walk into the larger town of Le Vigan along the fast flowing river. Watching the trout. A very interesting town with The River Arre being diverted into Trout pools just before the first streets begin. The old bridge is once again superseded by the newer and into town we go. I never get over the fact that every town and village has a Pharmacie. Clive's theory being that constipation is a huge issue and therefore everyone needs one. ...

    Day 20. Tues 19th May 2015 La Couvertoirade

    A travel blog entry by jacksatlast on May 19, 2015

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    ... unspoilt. Well worth a visit. It will cost you 3€'s to park but you won't mind paying. It amazes me how so many places survived the two great wars in tact given what went on. I don't think we are in Vichy France now so wonder how it still looks so in tact. Actually I do know, it's so remote and off the beaten track and sunk into the hillside that even we nearly missed it with our GPS and detailed map! It's only 9 degrees outside, a howling wind blows and its started to ...

    Day 18,19 Sun 17th. Camares au Coeur du Rougier.

    A travel blog entry by jacksatlast on May 17, 2015

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    ... up, they were covered in dust and all had flat tyres. They must have been worth a fortune. I got the impression he'd not had any visitors in a while and he was reluctant to let us go but we were exhausted trying to work out his French and he our English. We shook hands and left him to his museum and wondered what on earth would happen to all this when he was gone. An Aluminium Bentley untouched must be worth a bomb. We leave tomorrow but this place has been a back water ...

    This trip is surely character building!

    A travel blog entry by jimbobuk on Aug 22, 2013

    Well things have gotten progressively easier to deal with being support crew as we have learnt to look after ourselves well and use those around us to help out in times of need. We have been travelling at times together with a German group who have a few campervans and 8 very strong riders - several in top 100, One Roland, is fifth at the moment.Stacie has just finished her time trial up Cime de la Bonette, which is the highest paved road in Europe ...

    Ride to the top of the world

    A travel blog entry by staciehall on Aug 22, 2013

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    Today we go to the roof of Europe, Cime de la Bonette, at 2800m. A time trial of 23km, over which we climb 1562m. Should take me about 2 hours. Sounds easy, right? Wonder why the organisers have put two aid stations on the course, plus one at the top?

    We are starting, in usual TT fashion, from slowest to fastest rider, in groups of 75 each half hour. Having checked this morning, I discover I ...