Chateau de Garrevaques
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... and lasted till 1862. He then put forward his plans for the second half of the restorations which was accepted and commenced, in 1879 Eugene died however his pupil Paul Boeswillwald continued restoration works, completing them in 1911. It was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997. It is truly a unique place with gorgeous little cobblestone streets, restaurants, and shops and oddly enough there are still 44 permanent residents that live in the Cite. We spent most of the ...
... on a hill on one side and the Bastide of Saint-Louis on the other. The Medival city dates back to around 122 B.C while the Bastide is a newer suburb built on the flat land opposite the Medival City starting in 1260. Given its age the city has a varied history, from part of the Roman Empire, to religious crusades, forming part of border of Spain and France.
The drive to Carcassone only took about 2.5hrs and we were there in plenty of time to spend the ...
... at the most, the museum has an electronic counter which shows that it will hold 500 at a time and during peak periods such as summer and school holidays it will be packed.
Kate, Roy and Nathan couldn't help themselves from buying a few souvenirs from the shop. The cost to enter 15.50euro/adult and 13euro/child but was worth it and we would recommend this as a good place to visit when in ...
... 10.30 and there was a guided tour leaving at 10.45 which gave me time to look around the gift shop. I noticed some cages between the gift shop and the entrance to the site and when I asked what these were for was told dogs were not allowed in the abbey, and if any visitors bought theirs with them were kept here until the tour finished. Tickets cost 9.5 euros including the audio guide - essential if you don't speak French like moi.
The Abbey of Fontfroide was ...