L'Echappee Belle Chambres d'Hotes
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Much cooler day today, top of 22. Moirpoix for breakfast & Stop for more pastries. Back to house for movie/nap. Followed by champagne & family game of ping pong. Girls & Steve went for swim, I had a shower & cooked dinner (salad & chicken). Then Nanny McPhee movie & ...
Today was hot..35.5 We first went to the Cathar fortress of Montsegur. The fortress fell after a siege that lasted from the summer of 1243 to March 1244. (See photo for more info). Then Foix for lunch at a pub. Followed by 8min out of Foix to Europe's longest navigational underground river, Labouiche. It was 13deg in the tunnel but on this hot day, it was perfect. Home by 5:30 for swim & nuggets for dinner while watching the Bee ...
... he used his weight and balance to overwhelm the opponent, because he was never off balance anytime he was jousting. To be one of the rowers of the boat, you had to be very fit, because they had to row so often and use their whole body to move the boat.
We drove to Puicheric, a small town 40 minutes away from Carcassonne, where our roomy and comfortable vacation rental ...
... picking wild asparagus for their dinner to put in an omelette. Very windy along some of the ridges which made it abit scarey in some places which seemed quite narrow and the bottom was a long way down. Again a photographers paradise and Craig and Dave took many photos from all different angles.
Time for lunch and stopped in Carcassone (new town) for a nice lunch in the square before locating ...
The entrance to the fortress was about a 20 minute walk
from our guest house and, once there, we enjoyed wandering through the lovely
old streets and looking up at the fortifications that had dissuaded the Black
Prince from laying siege to the castle when he was rampaging through France in
the Hundred Years War. He did destroy the town outside of the fort and
crops in the surrounding area but the French seemed to have forgiven us ...