Domaine des Mouilleres

Address: Les Mouilleres, St Georges la Pouge, Limousin, 23250, France | Ranch
 
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This ranch is located on Les Mouilleres, St Georges la Pouge.
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    Travel Blogs from St Georges la Pouge

    Leaving Carcassone Arriving Lyon

    A travel blog entry by lusan on Sep 19, 2014

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    ... as i disembark from the ferry.

    Back to our dingy room and we squeeze ourselves one at a time into the miniscule shower and fall asleep in the lumpy bed. 3 pm tomorrow cannot come quick enough I am looking forward to an apartment similar to the one in Avignon with friendly courteous hosts.

    At least the hotel was quiet and we wake well rested and set off to explore the city on foot.
    We wander the streets of Lyon and i am not ...

    Travels with Harry the Hurricane Week 2

    A travel blog entry by jrdlcr on May 12, 2014

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    Interesting start to the week. Knock on the van at 7am - campsite being evacuated as plastic factory up the road is on fire. End up standing in a supermarket car park, not knowing what was happening. Rescued by lovely German couple who explain the situation and how to get an excellent breakfast as well! Saw the salinator in Bad Durkheim. Strange contraption that generates ozone by running salt water over blackthorn twigs.

    Went to Neustadt to ...

    Le Tour

    A travel blog entry by lizanddan2013 on Jul 23, 2013

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    ... and then after dinner set out for a walk to the top of a hill overlooking Nice, with awesome views of the promenade, town and pebble beach. Thought we saw a market so wandered down for a squiz. Well, you always hear about how it's such a small world, and we found this out as who should we bump into but Kel Felms from Dan's work and her partner Adam! What are the odds!? So we got to catch up over a drink and it was great to get a little dose of home, unfortunately we were ...

    Found the french countryside, LOTS of it

    A travel blog entry by thermalsailors on Oct 31, 2012

    ... hour. It was 10:00 before the lines thawed out enough to cast off. The ropes will bend but they are covered in sharp ice. I used salt on the deck. it might help tonights frost. i was motoring along at 11:00and the ice was still melting. It was hot when doing the locks, I was sweating with thermals on. Thats the trouble with the good gear. If you move a muscle you generate heat which the thermals wont let go of. I was seriously sweating after ...

    The first week !!

    A travel blog entry by bsb_adventures on Jun 29, 2012

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    ... mid-day, he announced that he was going on a long bike ride by the canal to the next village to see if there was a bar with wi fi. He was dressed, as he thought, like a typical french homme; shorts, shirt, flat cap, deck shoes & sunglasses. The only thing missing, perhaps, was a string of onions. His problems almost started immediately as he cycled away from the campsite singing "sank heavens for leetle girls" only to be ...