Hotel Balladins Foix Confort
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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The second of the three days of the fête. Today is centred on the Bassin where there will be raft races jousting on the water and other sights. Huge crowds wander through the town where huge marquees are set up down the roads for eating and drinking. Lots of stalls selling food, drink, crafts and trinkets. Music everywhere. And to end the day, a meal with ...
... a warm reception. Met the Matheson family - Andrew, a policeman with a tremendous sense of humour and his wife, Jane, who is a total giggle and their lovely disabled son Ben, whose interest in tractors was amazing. And so to the main town square at 10pm to jon in the fun. Bootleg ABBA (from Birmingham) wearing atrocious wigs ...
So we went to Mirepoix via Limoux. E. Leclerc was an important stop on our way. They sell Sieur D'Arques at a Euro less than the cave - my economy drive is kicking in! Then onto the Aire at Mirepoix. What a disaster? The aire had no shade at all - it was just a Tarmac car park. And the Bourne was tres basic. Push tap - oh boy! Did my arm ache after filling the aquaroll several times? It's moments like that when I am delighted to have all the extras like an ...
The weather continues to get hotter! After yesterday's reliance on Snooper, I looked carefully at the map before we left. We followed the red tourist train along the valley. We passed by Puilaurens, yet another Cathar castle perched high on the mountain ridge. How did they build them? We found the aire in Quillan easily and having parked, we only had a couple of km to go to get our shopping. Smartie is sooo ...
This week has been a highlight. We joined "hundreds" of French people and stocked up on cheap groceries and petrol near the border before crossing from Spain into France. Our first (magnificent) French meal was at an idyllic setting by the river in St Etienne de Baigorry. This is where we said goodbye to Peter & Myriam.
From our B&B in in the quaint village of Borce, we visited a nearby park to see the animals native to the Pyrenees. I was on a ...