Chateau de Garrevaques
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At Toulouse we stayed in a hotel called Privilege. It is a pretty small room for four people so it's a bit messy. At the castle of carcassone in carcassone we bought a bag of lollies with: marshmallows, sour straps,gummy frogs and bears,chewing gum and red liquorice! TASTY.
We still haven't eaten all of the lollies though.
... Barry to the crepe restaurant across the street from the hotel. Service was extraordinarily fast--it doesn't take long to cook a crepe--and we all enjoyed main course and dessert crepes. Barry made a small thank-you to me, Steve and Tim for organizing the trip and Jill spoke about how much she enjoyed her adveneture with us. It was a perfect wrap-up before we headed back to the hotel for a necessary early night in to be ready for our VERY early departure tomorrow.
we spent the day sight seeing including a guided walking tour. Our feet are just about done. We are also in a slight panic about taxis in the morning since we need to be there by 5 am, and we have 11 people, each with a bag and 10 bikes. Hopefully it will all work out. I am attaching some pictures from Toulouse, France's fourth largest city, which includes a university, the second oldest in France which has over 100,000 ...
... and people watching We had tried to buy some tiny t-shirts with 'I love (heart) Albi on them, but the city is obviously too posh to sell tourist tat like that!
Back at the campsite it was still very hot and of course the inevitable happened - the sky darkened and we ended the day with a downpour!
... rule can be seen in the capitols which are decorated only with botanic motifs, not the human heads or animals more typical in similar columns of this period. The cloisters, the church and the chapter house that we visited next date from the 12th century and are excellent examples of Romanesque architecture.
Fontfroide has an interesting connection to the Albigensian Crusade. Pierre de Castelnau - the legate sent by Pope Innocent III to negotiate a ...
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed