Auberge du Balestie
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... there were shops, restaurants and a tourism office, and one historic site - l'Hospitat, well some crumbled ruins, where pilgrims would come to rest and receive treatment, and the tiny, very old church. There is a combination of paths and steps, and now some parts have a lift, to connect the cite with the plateau. At the very top there is the 14th century chateau, where for a small fee I walked along the ramparts for some more amazing views down the ...
... to be done and Allen’s pants are dragging on the ground so I need to hem them. It all boils down to a rather dull but necessary day. We end it by going to a Brasserie recommended by our host Paul. We have scallops provincial. They are served on the half shell and taste delicious. Finally Allen is happy with his dinner. We go back up to the old city to see it lit after dark. Not a bad ending to the ...
... as people are arriving for a Rugby match. Our new home is lovely. Spacious, no stairs, brightly colored and a large garden. We head towards the Walled City for dinner. We didn’t pick our spot very well. Italian food was mediocre. We must remember to follow the rule of only eating French food in France. However, the views of the City lit up from the Bridge are spectacular. I must return at night with my ...
... a French country & western restaurant. I had the Christmas menu rump steak with foie gras and vegetables, and our usual demi piche of red wine. The Old West was never like this. Next day we rang the number to pick up our car and the woman came to our hotel and took us back to the service station where I signed a few papers and we were off with a handsome grey 2013 Peugot 3008 all wheel drive with snow and mud tyres and only 14 kilometres on the odometer. A ...
... 40€. We decided to plump for a logis next door instead and had a fabulous dinner full of wild mushrooms, great meat and two rather expensive bottles of wine the red from Limoux, both excellent. On Sunday Alex and I went into town in the morning, had coffee and checked out the market stalls, which consisted of a chilli stall, lots of honey, soap, wine, cheese, fruit and other associated local stuff. We met up with Hugh later who having decided to do a ...