Le 45 BB
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... that protect the Chateau. These lands and dwellings originally belonged to the Trencavel family in the 11th Century, in 1208 Pope Innocent III called for a religious crusade against the Trencavels. Carcassonne was besieged and surrendered on 15 August 1209. The Viscount of Carcassonne, Roger Raymond Trencavel surrendered himself with the guarantee that all of his people in the city would be allowed to go free. The crusaders arrested the young a Viscount and threw him into ...
... picking out our favourite painting or other item of interest and trying to interpret their meaning. Pleasantly this museum was free to enter and with the art work on display we would have been happy to pay an entrance fee but the museum is run by volunteers for the local art club and they want everyone to be able to enjoy their collection without cost.
Our accommodation tonight is located beside the Medieval City, it was a large apartment with the added bonus of ...
... of Madame Borghese is life-size; a sculpture of Pauline Bonaparte, Princess Borghese, she was the "wayward" sister of Napoleon but the only one of his siblings to visit him during his exile on Elba. In the art world this piece is known as "Paolina Borghese, Venus Victorious." The similarities between the two faces, one of Ebe, the other of Pauline Bonaparte, are striking. (Oh, to have had a camera in the early 1800s for a life photograph of Pauline Bonaparte.)
... to us.
We decided to press on at walking pace until off of the motorway and
just as soon as it had started, it stopped. The hotel was
conveniently located half a mile from the old city walls and the
hotel receptionist was very kind in drying our jeans and clothing for
us in the hotel laundry. When we had recovered, we walked up the
road and into the old city. It was very photogenic and worth ...
... Romans, Visigoths, Saracens, Arabs and eventually the French. It was often considered impenetrable and never changed hands during the 100 years war. It was restored in the 1800's (it took 40 years just to clear the rubble from between the ramparts). We did an audio tour which described the fortifications. The outer ramparts, the moat, drawbridge, the inner ramparts, the outer courtyard, the ...