La Tour Du Loup

D117 09240 , La-Bastide-de-Serou, Midi-Pyrénées, 9240, France | 3 star inn
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This 3 star inn is located on D117 09240 , La-Bastide-de-Serou.
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Travel Blogs from La-Bastide-de-Serou

Plateau de Beille to Ax les Thermes

A travel blog entry by kathywijgers on Aug 02, 2014

16 comments

... from hour to hour, and even on the supposedly sunniest days we find ourselves climbing a thousand meters up only to see the inside of clouds!

We have drawn up another program for ourselves for the next two weeks. We will travel by train to Toulouse and stay there two nights, then on to Carcassonne for three nights. After that we will go, still by train, to Perpignan and rent a car there. We are planning to stay ...

Arquizat to Plateau de Beille

A travel blog entry by kathywijgers on Aug 02, 2014

6 photos

We started off the day with the promised 4 wheel drive transfer to the Col de Sasc. The lady who owns the gite (and 6 others in the village) was going to drive us. Her vehicle was a bit different from what we expected...40 years old and open topped. She lends it out to a lot of people, so as we walked up to it she said she hoped there was some petrol in it. She turned out to be a spirited driver and we had to hold on a bit as we spent half an hour on a dirt track. She dropped us ...

Goulier to Aquizat

A travel blog entry by kathywijgers on Jul 30, 2014

5 comments, 5 photos

... and a comfortable bed. The next thing our host said to us was to give her all our washing and she would return it clean and dry by the afternoon! This wonderful offer was eagerly accepted...So instead of washing our clothes we relaxed in a banana lounge next to the outdoor heated swimming pool. The wet and stormy refuge of two days ago now seemed a million miles away. After eating a sumptuous lunch with stewed meat, tomato ...

Refuge the Bassies to Goulier

A travel blog entry by kathywijgers on Jul 29, 2014

4 comments

... table did not appeal to us! We put on all the clothes we owned and went out to brave the elements. The wind was strong, but behind us most of the time, which made the weather a bit more bearable. However, all the watercourses were flooding and we were getting concerned about not being able to cross some of the flooded creeks and rivers. We followed the track with some difficulty as everything was running with water. At the end of the lake the water was ...

Aulus les Bains to Refuge de Bassies

A travel blog entry by kathywijgers on Jul 29, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... out. Starting the descent we overlooked a beautiful scene through gaps that were occasionally appearing in the clouds. There was a series of 4 lakes spread out before us about 350 meters below. Looking extremely tiny in this vastness we spotted the refuge which lifted our spirits. The path downwards was very rocky and, especially in the driving rain, difficult to negotiate. But by taking our time we reached the refuge ...