Maison sans Frontiere
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... ll stay another night, so that we can try to get a water filter in Beziers. No joy at the two truma agents. They don't use the kind of water filling systems in France, they just bung a hose pipe into a hole in the side. I will have to order from Amazon and get them sent. What is really sad is that loads of Plane trees are being cut down along the canal du midi. Apparently they have a disease and will be replanted, but cruising along the canal will now be in bright ...
... a sauna session to start the day. I'm now starting to relax a little...
It was then time to set off. The weather didn't show up but wow, this place is frankly amazing. The fortified city of Carcassonne is just huge and was another national heritage site to add to the books. The first signs of settlement date back to 3500BC, the Romans recognised its strategic importance in ...
So the carnival is over and we pack up and spend a night at Fanjeaux before journeying to the Weedons at Villemagne. A week of R&R with friends. A week spent visiting some new places and revisiting old ones - Castelnaudary, Carcassonne, Mazeres and Revel. Lunch in out of the way village bars and coffee in market squares. And of course the St Papoul ...
... Labyrinth" back in the mid 2000s. The Languedoc region, in the 10th to 13th centuries, was highly cultural, open-minded, and independent; it was not part of France. This atmosphere attracted the Cathars from eastern Europe. Cathars called themselves the Friends of God; they are also referred to as Albigensians. Cathars were Christians but had several beliefs that were opposite to the Church's teachings (the Church being the Catholic Church): there was no priesthood, no ...
... buy tickets for. The boys
enjoyed this, getting to see some jousting, sword fights and other horse
tricks. Although it was all in French, we certainly could follow along with the
storyline. It was a bit cooler but very windy, making us very dusty after
walking around Carcassonne all day. The drive back was much quicker, as we took
the freeway, opting to pay the almost 10 euro toll. It’s amazing how ...