Le Moulin Noye

Address: 3 rte de La Chatre, - 23380 , Glenic, Limousin, 23380, France | Inn
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This inn is located on 3 rte de La Chatre, - 23380 , Glenic.
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      France Again - Week 7

      A travel blog entry by jrdlcr on Jun 23, 2014

      ... streets. We could have spent a fortune had this been in England, but we would have exceeded the weight limit on the van with the things himself wanted to buy. I settled for a sugar jar with ducks on. As it's so hot, the people on the sunny side of the street didn't seem to have quite so many customers. The car thermometer read 45 when we got back, it was so hot you couldn't touch the seats or steering wheel!

      Visited ...

      On the Cote D'Azur, French Riviera

      A travel blog entry by cindi-glen on Sep 27, 2013

      2 comments, 25 photos

      ... the beach and we hung out for an hour or so.

      My favorite town was Cannes. Kind of a cross between Nice and Juan Les Pins, it had a nice town, nice promenade, everything looked well kept and clean, high end but without feeling uncomfortable. Just really nice. Classy. And doesn't feel like a mad house like Nice. If I ever were to go back, I would definitely stay in Cannes.

      All in all, I can see why many Europeans go to the ...

      A pea soup start

      A travel blog entry by thermalsailors on Nov 30, 2012

      Bloody fog. It was clear when i woke up but by the time i was ready to light the fires, kick the tires and get the show on the road a thick fog rolled in. At one point it was 30 m visibility. i didnt fancy meeting a barge in that kind of fog so I spent a usefull morning sorting out Klauses water. My suspicion of a blockage was right so I bypassed the line that fed the water filter and used ...

      Grand Barbat

      A travel blog entry by sr.luke on Sep 17, 2012

      10 photos

      I would like to share a story with you all when I was in the Haut-Pyreneen. I decided to clime up the mountain Grand Barbat about 2700m high. It was a sunny day and just a few clouds were drifting by. Carefully step by step I ascent the mountain on a very small and rocky trail. Concentrated I choose my way, using all my strenght to conquer the mountain that was facing me as a gigantic force. Sweat was rolling down my body. Every 10 minutes I took ...

      Voie verte

      A travel blog entry by donaldc on May 08, 2012

      3 photos

      ... the bottle of red did not last long.  JJ said he knew the code who make it.  It was nice.  W finished that, and some rose, along with olives and radishes and carrots with tapenade.  Caira nd I got to practice our French.  She tried to explain the Canadian parliamentary system to JJ (at his request).  An enjoyable evening. They headed off around 9:00, so we made a quick supper of omelettes and salad, then stocked the fire again and called it a ...