Auberge Du Vieux Puits
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... ha Dorien va a Madrid en auto mardi! ben coudont lets go, jva a madrid!Mega bouffe qui nous attend, wow on est traiter comme des rois, on mange et on boit! oh Attention au jambon!!! jpense quon sest toute peter la tete apres ce foutu jambon accrocher au plafond lol! apres un nombre inombrable de bouteilles de vin, oufff il sort le fort et les shooter! jai comme un feeling que ca va finir tard, cette soiree la!
on sest coucher vers 5hrs ...
... themed on plastic swords and armour) and bars to deal with the teeming tourists who crowded and queued in its narrow streets on a sunny day when temperatures reached 45.5oC.
On the go
Next day was just as sunny, and leaving our luggage for collection we cycled back up to the railway station and turned onto the towpath heading down the Canal du Midi. It’s easy riding, no difficult gradients, a surface of gravel or compacted earth but with plenty ...
Today we visited the historic city of Carcassonne.
Driving towards the city, you can see the wind turbines spinning furiously.
Some people utterly detest these, but actually I think that they have a super
out-of-space look about them!
The old city of Carcassonne is absolutely
fantastic for all you young explorers. Weaving up through the tiny cobbled
streets inside the city ...
Carcasonne is a medievil city surrounded by city walls , which the boys have heard of as they play the "boardgame" on the iPad. Our first view of it was yesterday when we drove up in the dark and the whole medievil city was lite up. Today walking up to the city gave great views, and then entering the city is picturesque with lots of shops and houses within the city walls. We were lucky enough to arrive at the cathedral when a visiting Quartet from Russia got up ...
We got up early this morning and went to a cute little
seaside market. The market sellers really do bring everything but the kitchen
sink with them, for if you need to find something, you can be sure to find it
at a market like this. Just entering the market is a blast for the senses.
Wafts of local saucisson, cheese, olives and salted fish fill your nostrils.
The sights of such little stalls, along with the very ...