Auberge De Cucugnan
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... wandering around and taking lots of pictures, unfortunately it was very cold and windy but we are getting used to that. We had the intention of heading to Montpellier after Carcassone however due to the late hour decided to find somewhere a little closer and thank goodness for our camping book as we found a place around 11kms from Carcassonne that was free and had electricity included, woohoo go us, so we were warm, had good food and good wine, all in all a great day. Castries ...
... defence and then in 1803 it was classified as a cathedral. Beside the cathedral is an interesting arch way called the Portal of the Jacobins and was built in 1778 to occupy the site of an ancient gate to the Bastide to monitor those entering.
Our final destination in the Bastide was the Museum of Fine Art which displays a large collection of paintings and ceramics from the 17th to the 21st centuries. We all really enjoyed exploring the seven large rooms in ...
... journey even if it was very typical of every other medieval town,
including San Marino and Mont San Michel. It made a pleasant end to
the day and the end of the holiday. We dined outside yet again, in a
small square jammed full of dining tables from at least four
restaurants. We finally wandered back to the hotel, well after
darkness had fallen, admiring the flood-lit ancient city walls.
... garden next to our house and his twenty chickens and two dogs. He told me he lives alone since his wife died but has three children one son who lives in town. I later found out I already met his son playing rugby on Friday nights. We also found out that Andre is well known in town as a Casanova with the older ladies.
Just yesterday, as we were heading to dinner, we past by an older woman. I said Bonjour Madame as per usual. After I had gone by she calls out ...
... Christians, who believed the materialism of the Catholic Church was the work of the devil. They built strongholds high in the Pyrenees for protection, but they were eventually wiped out in the 1300s.
The autoroute seemed to be a long way around, so we decided to let the GPS be our guide, and turned left (south) out of our B&B. After many kilometers of zigging and zagging around sharp curves (with ...