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Today we headed to Carcassonne to visit the Cite De Carcassonne, a fortified city. It took us nearly an hour to find the place and it was so frustrating because we could see it but couldn't get close, there were road closures and changes so poor Ken was totally confused. Anyhow we made it eventually and I have NEVER seen anything like it. This fortified City comprises of the Chateau Comtal, Basilique St. Nazaire and Theatre J. Deschamps. It is the most amazing fairytale castle. There are ...
... picking out our favourite painting or other item of interest and trying to interpret their meaning. Pleasantly this museum was free to enter and with the art work on display we would have been happy to pay an entrance fee but the museum is run by volunteers for the local art club and they want everyone to be able to enjoy their collection without cost.
Our accommodation tonight is located beside the Medieval City, it was a large apartment with the added bonus of ...
Another three hundred
mile day with some interesting bits of countryside. The journey was
marked by being caught in a major thunderstorm the like of which we
had never seen and we were only a mile and a half from the hotel.
Cars came to a halt on the motorway unable to clear their
windscreens. We were saturated within seconds and I was seriously
worried about how close the lightening bolts ...
... with a big smile on her face as she shouts out that I play rugby with her son.
We are celebrating Thanksgiving tonight with a pork tenderloin. The butcher said that they only have turkeys here at Christmas. So the dindon will have to wait until Noel.
Happy Thanksgiving to everyone. I bet a lot of turkey is being consumed! HI to the 2 fellow Jens and their families of the Grade 3 class. Hope Grade 3 and all its activities ...
... we concluded that the autoroute may have been the way to go. But we were in it now, so we had to persevere. The scenery was lovely, and we weren't in any hurry. We were just hoping that we'd reach the castles before the rain.
And we did. In a little over two hours, we came out of the woods into an area of rolling hills and fields. We could see Peyrepertuse looming high above us, and were soon zigging and ...