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... that protect the Chateau. These lands and dwellings originally belonged to the Trencavel family in the 11th Century, in 1208 Pope Innocent III called for a religious crusade against the Trencavels. Carcassonne was besieged and surrendered on 15 August 1209. The Viscount of Carcassonne, Roger Raymond Trencavel surrendered himself with the guarantee that all of his people in the city would be allowed to go free. The crusaders arrested the young a Viscount and threw him into ...
... the guitar and even sang a song dedicated to Kate which embarrassed her to no end and gave everyone in the restaurant a smile and laugh. It certainly will not be a meal Kate will forget for a long time and has given Roy heaps of ammunition to stir her about.
Tomorrow we will explore the Medieval City before heading off to the French Riviera where we will stay with a British relative of Nathan's cousin Paul who has retired in the town of Biot near Nice.
... beasts we saw painting at the
Chiang Mai Elephant Sanctuary.
We allowed plenty of time to explore the characterful
back streets of Collioure which were made more colourful by the flowers that
some residents had planted outside their homes. We also spent several
hours exploring the castle which was enhanced by an antiques exhibition that
played to our preconceptions of French stereotypes.
On the one day we ventured out ...
... proves to be surprisingly spacious and comfortable despite its appearance from the street. Being on the second floor it has amazing views of turrets and parapets nearby. We wander around the old town in the late afternoon and then return in the early evening to walk the entire circumference of the old citie between the inner and outer walls, about 3 Kms. At sunset some of the views are superb and as it gets dark the castle is lit up creating a whole new visual ...
... 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.