Chateau de Garrevaques
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... headed to a town called Albi to a restaurant we had read great reviews for. Sort of a Birthday Lunch for Hazza. The food was very artistic and tasty and we mentioned it was Harry's birthday and when dessert time came around they came and sand happy birthday to him. One of the waitresses went to give home a birthday kiss but he went all shy and ducked for cover. We left the restaurant and walked off lunch by visiting the famous Cathedral of Sainte Cèceil built in 1282. ...
We are leaving the black mountains and heading East. It should be better weather. We are planning to work our way along the coast towards Nimes and then onto the south easy go France. We have three months before we are due back here in Villemagne for our 'summer holiday' at the beginning of June. So our first stop is Ouveillan. A small town north of Narbonne. The temperature has risen to 18 degrees and the sky is blue, but the wind is still very strong. It's a noisy aire, ...
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 ...
- France has some interesting signs. Like signs that are just giant exclamation marks. Will have to le google to find out what that means. Also today I saw a sign that was an exclamation mark and then send sortie. Now sortie in French for those unaware means exit. One of the first words you pick up whilst here. But leading back to the sign there was no exit and there was really no need for said sign. Even further up there was ...
... mass.The Cathedral had many little chapels. The wealthy and the nobility of Foix would purchase and decorate these chapels and hire a priest to say mass in them, so that when they died they would have prayers that would send them to heaven quickly. Women had to cover their heads because the devil could enter their heads more easily than men. This discussion made me very grateful for the reforms brought about by Vatican II, namely to having mass said in local languages and ...