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... Meanwhile we have at least organised the fridge mechanic to mend our fridge/freezer on Thursday, we hope. What an afternoon, all this took 2 hours to do nothing!! and we feel exhausted. Luckily we had chosen to stay in Narbonne about 10min drive for 2 nights and the aire is only 15 min walk into town, which we did and it looks very nice, so we will explore ...
... from the roundabout as the bridge was being repaired. So we drove into town from the opposite direction only to pass the cement works and various other large industrial buildings! Obviously this wasn't the pretty little fishing port we thought, so about turn and try aire number three. Driving along the road, an alternative to the motorway, there seemed to be rather a lot of scantily clad, buxom women in lay-bys and ...
... are filled with gawkers and browsers.
By the time we arrive the boutique shops and stalls are closing and there is a short lull before the night time crowds get into full swing. We stop at a small cafe with decent wifi. I have a delicious bowl of onion soup and Mick has a Croque Monsieur, all washed down ...
... visited the castle inside the fortress. The castle must have been really safe at the time, because it was inside two other layers of walls. After the very outer walls were built, no one dared to attack the massive fortress, with the castle inside the walled city. We ate dinner inside the walled city at a place recommended by our guidebook. The food was actually really good, and I really enjoyed the ...
... and the surrounding buildings, its streets and its fine Gothic cathedral. Carcassonne is also of exceptional importance because of the lengthy restoration campaign undertaken by Viollet-le-Duc, one of the founders of the modern science of conservation.
The Cité de Carcassonne’s double row of fortified walls run right around the cite and are accentuated by 56 imposing watchtowers. We paid to walk ...