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Lamastre is a commune in the Ardèche department in southern France.
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Single Track Obsession (2008)
A Book of Extraordinary Railway Journeys by Rob Sissons
Lamastre is a pleasant small town in the hills, with the remains of a castle destroyed in the Wars of Religion. There are several notable restaurants in the town (including a buffet at the station) and most travellers leaped off the train to head for ...
The Best of Elizabeth David by Elizabeth David
Lamastre is a town of little over three thousand inhabitants. It is not on a main road; the country round about, although magnificent and infinitely varied, is not known to tourists in the way in which,letus say,Provenceor thechâteau country ofthe ...
Omelette and a Glass Of Wine (2009)
by Elizabeth David
Lamastre is a town of little over three thousand inhabitants. Itisnoton a main road; the country round about, although magnificent and infinitely varied,is not known to touristsin the way in which,let us say, Provence orthe château countryof the ...
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