Le Moulin du Roc

Avenue Eugene Leroy, Champagnac de Belair, Aquitaine, 24530, France | 4 star inn
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This 4 star inn is located on Avenue Eugene Leroy, Champagnac de Belair.
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    Travel Blogs from Champagnac de Belair

    Le Computer says Non

    A travel blog entry by doddy801 on Sep 03, 2014

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... to us we have slowly learnt our craft and are able to transcend continental boundaries without too much difficulty, although being detained by security at Tahiti Airport last year following a belligerent stance on the fairness of queuing brought about a sharper focus on the need to wind one's neck in and accept the status quo. Sat in a dingy detention room with two poker faced Tahitian French speaking officials who for no good reason subjected us to excessive searches ...

    Moto Tour Day 3: Perigueux

    A travel blog entry by js_cameron on Aug 22, 2014

    7 photos

    We arrived in Périgueux in the late afternoon and took a taxi into the old town. This was my 2nd time in Périgueux as I was once there in 2002 with my son Robert. It is a lovely town and we had a great dinner in the Place de Marché aux Bois.
    The Cathedral is an interesting architecture with perhaps some eastern ...

    Around a French?English? table

    A travel blog entry by helwit on Aug 11, 2014

    16 photos

    ... a gallery accessed by a spiral staircase. Inside there are large arches and massive columns. When you first step inside it takes your breath away. When you think this was all done by hand, work started in 8th century and considerably enlarged in the 12 century by Benedictine monks, it is pretty amazing.

    Our time in France is almost at an end and we are excited about heading to Dublin to see our family. But we have St-Emilion and Bordeaux to explore first.


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    Jenny's Departure

    A travel blog entry by poppyjournal on Aug 01, 2014

    Leisurely start to the day. Took Jenny to Angouleme station and then returned to cottage. Pottered about and packed. Set off to Riberac to collect bike. Had dinner at Cafe des Colonnes. Return trip - pedestrians 3 abreast, downhill from that point. Major discussion re Barcelona. Very ...

    Day two... focussed on Riberac for old times' sake

    A travel blog entry by guyandhilli on Jul 31, 2014

    It's dry if a bit cool and the Raven flies along in decent order. The roads are quite empty to start with but then get a lot busier at the start of the afternoon. Guy decides to leave the peage and get to Riberac via the national roads. His memory is, of course, not at all accurate and he doesn't find anywhere that fits his rosy image of the place! So he heads out of Riberac on the Periguex road until he discovers a nice old chateau ...