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Cité de Carcassonne - Impressive Medieval Fortress
Posted by Robert van Den Haag on March 2, 2016
There are few sites as impressive as when you approach from afar the Cité de Carcassonne in Southern France. It is most renowned for its medieval fortress with a strategic military history that dates back to Roman Times.

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Rennes-le-Château - Medieval History, Mystery & Intrigue
Posted by Robert van Den Haag on March 2, 2016
Rennes-le-Château is a small town located in Southern France between the Pyrénées and Cevennes Mountains. It is most renowned for the mystery and intrigue associated with a priest, his handmaiden and a secret treasure.

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Pont du Gard - Roman Aqueduct & Engineering Marvel
Posted by Robert van Den Haag on March 2, 2016
The Pont du Gard Roman aqueduct located in southern France is an absolute must see. It is an engineering marvel, being the Roman's tallest bridge and 2nd largest building construction.

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A Stroll & Lunch along the Dordogne River in Argentat
Posted by Robert van Den Haag on February 28, 2016
There are so many things to see in the upper Dordogne River and a must see is the town of Argentat. It is the perfect place to relax with a nice meal or leisurely stroll along the quay as the river meanders through the valley.

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Le Train de La Rhune
Posted by Robert van Den Haag on August 31, 2015
La Rhune is a low mountain located at the start of the Basque Pyrenees facing the Atlantic Ocean with fantastic panoramic views of France & Spain. Le Train de La Rhune is the electric train which gets you to the top.

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Where to get a nice view of Paris for free!
Posted by steven2121 on August 7, 2015
This is a blog post for travelers who want to see Paris without waiting and paying for the Eiffel Tower climb.

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Le Mont-Saint-Michel
Posted by Robert van Den Haag on August 6, 2015
Le Mont-St-Michel can be seen in the distance from several kilometers away in a surreal manner jutting out from the flat surrounding lands. Nearby sheep graze on salt water fed grass fields and are a featured local delicacy, served as Mouton Salée (Salted Sheep).

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Le Chevallerie Bed & Breakast & Le Mont-St-Michel
Posted by Robert van Den Haag on June 24, 2015
Our 3rd visit to Mont Saint Michel was a fantastic experience as we indulged in some of its culinary delights. We also got re-acquainted with our wonderful hosts Steve and Karen from La Chevallerie B&B, who I would like to feature in this post.

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Tour through Upper Dordogne River Region & Le Falgoux
Posted by Robert Van Den Haag on March 18, 2015
After an exhausting drive through the forested hills & valleys of the upper Dordogne River. So we decided to stay for the night and found a charming B&B in the little hamlet of Le Falgoux.

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