Au Domisiladore

Address: 19 boulevard Marcou, Carcassonne, Languedoc-Roussillon, 11000, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 19 boulevard Marcou, Carcassonne, is near Cathar Castles, Chateau de Peyreperteuse, La Bastide Saint Louis, and Museum of Fine Arts.
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    Travel Blogs from Carcassonne

    A lovely week

    A travel blog entry by mariontrew on Jun 07, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... supermarket with no problem but ran into difficulties when I tried to find the motorhome parking area for the old city. Fanny Anne Sat Nav told me to go up a small road but it had a weight restriction which meant it was not for me, so I ignored her but then she became fixated on getting me back to that road. We entered into a rather long battle which ended up with me driving through busy but narrow roads desperately looking for signs to point me to the ...

    Blissed out on baguette

    A travel blog entry by john.beach on Jun 06, 2015

    5 photos

    ... br> Today the village market offered local cheeses and olives, soaps and fish (alive), so the population swelled for just the morning. Lagrasse is but one of many beautiful old villages in the Languedoc region, and each moves to its own rythym, steady and slow. It's bursting with eccentric characters, farmers, artists and drifters, wonderful to observe, so leaving ...

    Bordeaux to Carcassonne 1 night

    A travel blog entry by adamjess on Jun 06, 2015

    3 photos

    ... we drove a few more hours to the Carcassonne walled city which was amazing. There was heaps of shops and restaurants and it was a super hot beautiful day!! We then checked into our hotel which was in a lovely old building with a huge grand staircase. We just had a quite night in watching the soccer in our ...

    Fortress City

    A travel blog entry by jfm13 on May 18, 2015

    3 photos

    ... the Celts in about 600BC due to its strategic hill top position. It was later taken over by the Romans and some of the remaining towers were built by them. With the fall of the Roman empire the Visigoths next ruled the city. The city was attacked as a part of the crusades as it housed the Cathars who were a sect of Christianity that the Roman Catholic Church did't like. After the Treaty of the Pyrenees the city lost importance and people preferred to live on the ...

    The Green Fairy

    A travel blog entry by londonpenguin on Sep 28, 2014

    4 comments, 10 photos

    ... was once an important trade route. It took 14 years to build, used over 10,000 workers (including women), and has been protected by UNESCO since 1996. The canal is also lined by 45,000 plane trees, which look pretty but which also reinforce the banks. Unfortunately, the plane trees have a disease that was brought over by the Americans in World War II.

    Anyway, we brought our picnic lunches and ate on a barge while we cruised a small portion of the canal. It was warm but ...