Domaine des Mouilleres

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


    A travel blog entry by whereamigoing on Jul 07, 2014

    4 photos

    I'm not one to think cities are beautiful. It's not an adjective I use to describe urban areas. However, Paris has to be described as beautiful. I love the look of the buildings here! Climbed the tower at Notre Dame this afternoon and the view of the city was absolutely amazing! You are eye level with the gargoyles up there! After a stroll through the gardens and looking at the Love Lock Bridge I walked to meet ...

    Find out Some Quick And Helpful Tips For Hobbies

    A travel blog entry by patkaren5 on Oct 04, 13

    ... way that goes beyond a normal glance at the night sky. You start to appreciate the universe in a different way. You just need a telescope and a bit of darkness in order to see it all.

    A hobby is truly great. It is something you can have complete control over, and only do it when you want to. A hobby gives you the chance to express yourself, meet others and perhaps even earn an income. Keep these tips in mind to find your hobby.


    Ecotourism Australia

    A travel blog entry by smmoth on Oct 24, 2012

    ... backed by a commitment to best practice ecological sustainability, natural area management and the provision of quality ecotourism experiences. Developed in Australia, the Eco Certification Program is now being exported to the rest of the world as the International Ecotourism Standard. Successful completion of Eco Certification Program includes Membership of Ecotourism Australia.

    The EcoGuide Certification Program

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    Gorge d'Heric

    A travel blog entry by donaldc on May 10, 2012

    2 photos

    ... above here, then followed a fire road down to Le Pin, and we came back along the pabed road.  About 3 hours in all. This morning Caira did course work, then we head out at 11:30, hoping to get to Mons in time for the boulangerie, before heading to the gorge d'Heric.  Caira was having a bit of trouble dealing with the long, slow incline, but got through it. As we were approaching Mons, I saw the woman leaving the gas station store (on the highway) ...

    Short and Steep

    A travel blog entry by mjc63 on Jul 20, 2011

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... A seafood entree, followed by a tomato and cantelope salad, a magnificently cooked and seasoned "hunk" of lamb followed by some strawberry sorbet and meringue.
    After dinner out for a few drinks before back to the hotel. Jeff and Tom decided on a cognac (or two) in the main bar before retiring for the night.
    Tomorrow marks our last day of riding which is rather sad. We all feel so lucky to have been able to share the last few weeks climbing these "classic Cols" ...