Le Village Pour Tous
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- Tennis Court
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- Swimming pool
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... off on the road again. Today's driving break was in Bordeaux. We had intended to park out of town and take the team into the city but the Navigator ended up taking us right through the city centre so we took an opportune parking spot and just got out and wandered around. I had wanted to see the magnificent 'mirror' fountain where the buildings are reflected in the water. What we found when we got there was quite a ...
Millie has had a miraculous recovery. On Tuesday, we thought we were losing her, but on Wednesday morning she started eating and hasn't stopped. We have stayed around Elne enjoying the sun and cooler weather and giving her more and more food. She has stopped vomiting, we have had so,I'd deposits in the tray, and she is so much more settled. D continues to enjoy the sea. We left Latour Bas Elne on Monday, ...
... When we went inside, there was a spiral staircase and it was covered in bird poo. The last castle that we visited was in Carcassonne. It was a massive fortress that had a town inside. The town housed hardly any people, because now it was just a tourist town, and it housed a measly 200 people. Inside, we visited the main castle which the nobles used as a last line of defense and also as a defensive measure against the townspeople. An interesting story is that ...
We only had to walk 5 minutes from our accommodation to be in the Fortress City of Carcassonne. We had breakfast at a place just inside the gates. The medieval city is in a strategic point between the Pyrenees and the Black mountains and was, until 1659, on the border of France. With the signing of the Treaty of the Pyrenees the border shifted south and Carcassonne lost its influence. The area was initially settled about 3500 years ago but the hill of Carcassonne was ...
... beautiful. They were in the middle of the transept, so the sound rose up into the dome above them and rang through the church. They were Russian, apparently. One of them had quite a good falsetto.
We went back to the hotel and rested a bit, and then met the group to walk to dinner an hour later. We ate inside the fortress at La Cotte de Maille, where we were given cassoulet. It was very hot and very hearty. It was also tasty, though I really didn't touch the meat cooked ...