Maison Numero Neuf
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... up on his way through and decided to drop in for lunch at his favourite restaurant, well very small world indeed. Lunch was a long lazy affair for us, 3 hours, how very French. Took Tess for a lovely walk along what we were guesting must have been an old railway line and back for a desperately needed mug of tea. Great day. PS: just found the wether forecast, we thought it was warm and hope you're as warm where ever you ...
... more like Italy than the France we'd driven through so far. We had been told that a lot of the supermarkets had washing machines in their entrances (clothes wash whilst you shop). So we stopped at a hypermarket on the way, no sign of any machines, so got the shopping and had lunch. As we were leaving, across the road in the petrol station, were a row ...
... picture of the sumptuous prawn cocktail she had indeed sourced, made with a wonderful horseradish sauce, avocado and smoked salmon! We have cycled to small lakes and along the Canal du Midi that bisects France from the Atlantic to the Med. We have visited a local street market and bought delicious cheese and fruit; dropped in at a few vineyards to buy some 'vin de pays'; visited local friends, French and English. They bought the ...
... into the town itself it feels like there should be soldiers walking the streets with you.
We toured the chateau and northern ramparts with an audio guide to help us learn more of the history of Carcassonne. It has been very well restored and it was great to walk around the walls of the chateau imagining how well set up they were to protect themselves from invasion although we learnt that this amount of fortification came after the city had been ...
... second, lower ones around the outer edge of the moat.
There are something like 52 towers around the entire set of walls, which completely encircle the old city.
I spent several hours walking up to it and through it and all over it. It was marvelous. Definitely one of the scenic highlights of my entire trip.
Inside the old ...