Les Segalieres

Address: Route de Cajarc, Gramat, Midi-Pyrénées, 46500, France | Lodge
 
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This lodge is located on Route de Cajarc, Gramat.
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      Week Sixteen. England - France

      A travel blog entry by stuandamanda on Mar 30, 2015

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      ... April 5th. Easter Sunday Woke up to the sound of church bells tolling, slightly annoying but not as annoying as any breakfast radio show in the world, at least the bells didn't laugh loudly at anything and everything. We'd planned on calling at a Boulanger this morning to pick up something for breakfast / lunch but the locals were queuing out of them like they were selling the new iBaguettephone 7 so we didn't bother. It was a lovely sunny morning with a ...

      The North Wind Doth Blow - and We Shall Have Snow.

      A travel blog entry by startrailers on Feb 06, 2015

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      ... br> Luckily the road to Rodez was clear, along the Lot valley, and on to Figeac, and then to Gourdon.
      We had visited Gourdon about 5 years ago , when we had a caravan, and had seen the MH Aire.
      We liked Gourdon very much. We got settled in the Aire and although it was bitterly cold, went for a walk around the town and up to the ...

      Quiet Sunday Exploring

      A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on Jan 18, 2015

      32 photos

      ... took the back roads following the The Lot and Le Vers rivers into the hills arriving at Collonges la Rouge about 2hrs later. It was a very nice drive with us passing through many small villages with roads so narrow that only one car could pass through at any one time. Not only were the streets in the towns narrow but we also came across a bridge that was nearly 100m long and again only one lane wide, fortunately we did not pass ...

      Follow the Pilgrims

      A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on Jan 15, 2015

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      ... were told by the locals that during the summer the town is packed shoulder to shoulder with tourists and this would certainly take away from the 'special' feeling the town has.

      On our way back to Montpezat-de-Quercy we stopped by the little village of Assier and visited the ruins and one remaining wing of Chateau d'Assier. The Chateau made a nice change to usual Church visits and Kate was very happy that we were finally going to another Castle. ...

      St Cirq Lapopie - France's Favourite Village 2012

      A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on Jan 09, 2015

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      ... path was used in the 18th century by men and horses to pull boats upstream and a 1km long section had been carved out of the limestone cliff face about 2m wide and high to enable the horses to tow the boats. It is hard to imagine how this much rock had been carved and removed by hand.

      We all enjoyed the afternoon immensely and will come back to this area again to explore its neighbouring towns which each boast other sites of significance.


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