Le Moulin du Roc

Address: 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

    Brief encounters

    A travel blog entry by mariontrew on Jun 16, 2015

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... the top! There were streets going almost vertically up and then other streets running round horizontally, giving wonderful views. The mediaeval houses were extremely well preserved and really interesting in structure and there were hardly any tourist shops. Wonderful.
    Whilst staying in this area I saw some lizard orchids which must be one of the oddest plants and look even stranger in real life than in the books. I also had a close encounter with some ...

    The Easy Road and The Green Road

    A travel blog entry by kayllisti on Jun 12, 2015

    2 photos

    ... means that when I share a refuge with men, I am forced to wait until they leave the room to get up and get dressed for the day, or I must wait for the bathroom to be free. It’s a bit inconvenient. There’s another downside to sharing a room with so many men…there is a lot of loud snoring and *******. I think that I will be listening to my iPod tonight while I sleep.

    Total distance walked today: 17km

    Total distance walked during pilgrimage: ...

    Symptoms and Sympathy

    A travel blog entry by kayllisti on Jun 11, 2015

    1 photo

    Day 35-

    We left Perigueux today as a group of four. We picked up another Dutchman along the way. They call themselves my bodyguards. Unfortunately for me, the addition of another Dutchman meant that most of the conversation was now in Dutch, of which I understand about two words. We left before 7am, and I was glad for this because it was predicted to be very hot today. The first half of the walk was very challenging as it was nearly entirely an uphill climb. When I would ...

    Medieval Streets and Feasts

    A travel blog entry by kayllisti on Jun 10, 2015

    23 photos

    Day 34 –

    As predicted, it rain today…a lot. The first hour and a half of our hike was a long a dangerous highway and it poured. We hadn't eaten breakfast yet because the hotel hadn’t offered any, so we planned to stop in the first town we saw. When we arrived in town, we stopped at a small chain grocery store to buy bread, fruit, and cheese. The shop had an awning out front, so we took off our wet outer layers and ate our breakfast. ...

    Tea and French Fries

    A travel blog entry by kayllisti on Jun 09, 2015

    10 photos

    ... us to use, and the town had no stores. So, the guys opted to each bread and cheese from their sacks for dinner. I had a little of this and then asked the kitchen chef if, instead of the typical 6-course meal as the only option, would he make me a plate of French fries? He was very kind, and as he had no other customers that night, told me that I could come back at 7pm and my fries would be waiting for me. The fries were very delicious, and I ate ...