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  • Weekend in ParisSo, Paris. Why not? If you think its a city for girls — well, I used to think so also. But it turned out that it's worth not only a mass („Paris vaut une messe“, as Henry IV of France Posted by dragonlancer in Dragonlancer's cruisade | Sep 20, 2018
  • Bastia to Ajaccio Neil’s version. 16/9/18 Well it’s up to me to give you the more mundane and factual version of events. I will then hand you over to our cultural, religious and maritime correspondent who will give a more inspired version Posted by neilandfiona in Corsica and Sardinia | Sep 19, 2018
  • Limogne-en-Quercy - Mas-de-Vers - Cahors. Fini!==Limogne en Quercy – Mas de Vers Sunday 16th== We said farewell to Limogne-en-Quercy at 8.30am on our way to Mas de Vers after the customary stop at the bakery for something to eat on the way. Posted by IvorGlyn in Camino & Morocco | Sep 19, 2018
  • Paris II[[https://www.travellerspoint.com/photos/gallery/users/Liamps/countries/France/|France photos]] With the Gay Games occurring in one of the greatest cities in the world, I couldn’t resist the opportunity of returning to Paris on an extended jaunt throug Posted by Liamps in Liam's Globo Trip | Sep 18, 2018
  • Day 6It was another long drive on the bus. Luckily we still got to stop at one of the Swiss service stop and I quickly bought my souvenir; however we didn’t get to use up all our coins and apparently they Posted by Szufan in Half way around the world | Sep 17, 2018
  • Decazeville - Figeac - Cajarc - Limogne en Quercy==Decazeville – Figeac Thursday 13th.== Ivor woke not feeling great and his back giving him some grief. Fortunately we had arranged transport for a few km out of Decazeville to where we were planning on starting our walk Posted by IvorGlyn in Camino & Morocco | Sep 16, 2018
  • Sept. 14 - Day 1 - St. Jean Pied de Port to OrissonI started walking today. I left my albergue in St. Jean Pied de Port around 8:00 a.m. following a breakfast of yogurt, an egg, coffee and bread. The other people at the breakfast table drank their coffee out Posted by Diny van Beers in Diny Takes a Walk 2018 | Sep 16, 2018
  • Day 3Today we got up early and ready for a long trip to the Palace of Versailles. It was the principal royal residence of France from 1682 under Louis XIV until the start of the French Revolution in 1789 under Louis Posted by Szufan in Half way around the world | Sep 14, 2018
  • Aix and switching to Manosque.Today was the day we moved on from Salon to Manosque. Our hosts in Manosque weren't going to be home until later in the evening, but that was fine, since we were going to stop in Aix on the Posted by u2traveller in Provence, July 2018 | Sep 14, 2018
  • Kayaks, Kingfishers and kicking backSo as we head feet first into blog 26, it's with aching arms and legs I write today's entry, but more on that later! First we must celebrate, 6months to the day that Jase and I rolled down the driveway Posted by One streetaway in #Jexit 2018 | Sep 14, 2018
  • Golinhac - Conques - Decazeville==Golinhac – Conques - Tuesday 11th== We were not sorry to leave Golinhac as the accommodation was pretty shabby. We were in a “chalet “ in a camping ground. The French version of a chalet ain’t good. Posted by IvorGlyn in Camino & Morocco | Sep 13, 2018
  • Day 2Up at 8:30am, breakfast at 9:30am and out of hotel at 10am. We headed towards Musee d’Orsay for remarkable sculptures and paintings. Mostly only me walking around and taking in the amazing art work; Phil was unfortunately still recovering from Posted by Szufan in Half way around the world | Sep 13, 2018
  • Day 1Well, I guess I was a little late for writing this one because it was a long drive yesterday. We met up with Top Deck tour group at 6am and after sorting some details we headed out just before 7am. As Posted by Szufan in Half way around the world | Sep 11, 2018
  • Paris Gay GamesNo doubt many of you have enviously considered my 3 month trip to be yet another aimless adventure through Europe. While that might be an accurate reflection of my current situation, the primary impetus for my extended absenteeism was to Posted by Liamps in Liam's Globo Trip | Sep 11, 2018
  • St Chely - Espalion - Golinhac (via Estaing)==Sunday 9th== We set off (via the bakery to pick up something for lunch) from Saint-Chely d’Aubrac to Espalion a 25 km walk. We w Posted by IvorGlyn in Camino & Morocco | Sep 11, 2018
  • Days 68 & 69, Nice.We arrived in Nice, not a scratch on the car! Dave did an excellent job driving, we had some ‘stressy’ moments but overall it was a fantastic trip through France. Because we chose to avoid tolls where we could, Posted by Pearcey in Table Top Trippers | Sep 9, 2018
  • Aumont Aubrac - Nasbinals - St Chely d'Aubrac==Aumont Aubrac – Nasbinals – St Chely d’Aubrac== Aumont- Aubrac is a lovely village and we enjoyed our time there. The church is very well k Posted by IvorGlyn in Camino & Morocco | Sep 8, 2018
  • Day 67- Nîmes and Avignon A busy day, so much to see around the Nimes region. A site we were very keen to visit was Le Pont Du Gard, such an impressive and huge ancient Roman aqueduct. It consists of 3 tiers of arches and Posted by Pearcey in Table Top Trippers | Sep 8, 2018
  • A salute to Sir John MonashDropped into see Jimmy and Mijanda as we prepared to travel south with Sonia and Peter. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.co Posted by Seniorcitizens in By Train and Boat and Plane | Sep 7, 2018
  • Saugues - Les Faux - Aumont Aubrac[sub][/sub]==Saugues to Les Faux - Wednesday== We were really surprised when we gingerly stepped out of bed this morning that we had pulled up pretty well after the previous very tough day. No doubt helped by a very pleasant dinner, Posted by IvorGlyn in Camino & Morocco | Sep 6, 2018
  • Day 66- Le Vigan to Nîmes, through Cévennes provinceWhenever we decide to travel to a National Park we experience driving on less travelled roads through quaint villages and amazing countryside. Today was no exception, we drove from Le Vigan for 25 minutes to Blandas where there was a Posted by Pearcey in Table Top Trippers | Sep 6, 2018
  • Le Puy - St Privat d'Allier - Saugues==Le Puy to Saint-Privat d’Allier. 24 kms== We set off from Le Puy at 9.30am on our way to Saint-Private d’Allier which is a small village with about 400 inhabitants. Ahead of us was 24 kms of undulating terrain. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/ Posted by IvorGlyn in Camino & Morocco | Sep 6, 2018
  • Roads, Ruins and RendezvousBlog 25 then, feels somewhat pivotal too, especially as it comes at very nearly the 6months away point, and finds us well back into France, specifically in the Dordogne. We've covered some kilometres in the last 10 days or so Posted by One streetaway in #Jexit 2018 | Sep 6, 2018
  • Day 65- Carcassonne to Le ViganHad breakfast with an Australian lady and her American partner, the only Australian we have spoken to since leaving home, so was great. They were heading to the place we just left, Cauterets, so gave them ideas about walking trails Posted by Pearcey in Table Top Trippers | Sep 5, 2018
  • Day 64, Cauterets to CarcassonneSpent the morning walking on another trail to Le Lac de Gaube. This was shorter than yesterday but more steep, again, another picturesque lake at the end of the trail. We were back at our car by early afternoon and Posted by Pearcey in Table Top Trippers | Sep 4, 2018
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