Les Florentines

Address: 71 rue Trivalle, Carcassonne, Languedoc-Roussillon, 11000, France | B&B
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This B&B, located on 71 rue Trivalle, Carcassonne, is near Chateau Comtal, La Bastide Saint Louis, School Museum, and Museum of Fine Arts.
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    Carcassonne & Bordeaux - the kid tour

    A travel blog entry by vanceseurope on Aug 10, 2015

    1 comment, 22 photos

    ... of people playing in the water to the sound of an African drumming band. Certainly not a reflection in sight! Kids had a ball running from one side to the other and falling all over each other in the water. Deciding that it was best to leave our Bordeaux experience on a high we hopped back in the car and headed to Angouleme to see our Melbourne friends the Cook-marshalls. The Marshall-Cooks have rented a farmhouse in ...

    Travelling again

    A travel blog entry by gerryanddavid on Aug 03, 2015

    17 photos

    ... to Limoux. It was the night of the Marche Nocturne and we love Limoux anyway. The market itself was tat, but we had a fab meal in the square and watched all the expat Brits queuing for their fish and chips. The aire isn't beautiful, bit it is free and it's an easy walk to town. And then a sneaky couple of days back at the weedons, to see Gill and Les Cooper and Sarah Ward. Jane and Andrew Matheson were ...


    A travel blog entry by fchen on Jun 27, 2015

    5 photos

    ... the castle was attacked, the townspeople allowed the enemy to enter their houses to dig underneath the walls to get to the castle. This attempt failed, but the nobles started a gradual destruction of the buildings near the castle wall so a similar event would not occur again. June 29 Today we visited a village called Minerve. This village was in the middle of a gorge. At one point, the village was a Cathar castle, but during the crusades, the castle was put ...

    Fortress City

    A travel blog entry by jfm13 on May 18, 2015

    3 photos

    ... the Celts in about 600BC due to its strategic hill top position. It was later taken over by the Romans and some of the remaining towers were built by them. With the fall of the Roman empire the Visigoths next ruled the city. The city was attacked as a part of the crusades as it housed the Cathars who were a sect of Christianity that the Roman Catholic Church did't like. After the Treaty of the Pyrenees the city lost importance and people preferred to live on the ...

    A Fortress in the Sky

    A travel blog entry by labellevie on Nov 15, 2014

    31 photos

    Wow – just wow! Today we took a day trip to the old medieval city of Carcassonne, about a 2-hour drive from Avignon. This place is incredible – a double-walled fortress with a mote and all. Just as we arrived the sun peeked out for us and we were able to enjoy a gorgeous day walking through 2,500 years of history. The Château and ramparts of ...