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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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Woke to sunshine again, decided we could cope with all the niggles, even the fridge decided to play up again last night. We decided to head south towards the Pyrenees. Took the toll road down and around Toulouse as it seemed the best route. Coming off the motorway it seemed we'd entered another country. Even the houses were different, squarer and lower roofs. ...
Caught a bus from Bouisset to Castre because I had hurt my foot so I met up with Peter and Sam in the afternoon. Wandered around Castre, sampling the patisseries. It was a cold, windy day a taste of the weather to come. I lit a candle at the church which surprisingly. was heated so quite inviting. Went to see a Goya exhibition and the gardens designed by Louis the fourteenth's gardener. Was good to be a tourist for the ...
... Toulouse.....but as you may have gathered all flights in Europe, or at least ours, traverse through Brussels.......good thing it's a nice airport. The cooking week is being held in a small village called Pexoria, closer to Carcasonne than Toulouse, but fortunately I am collected by the lovely Andy who gives me a run down on why the British are obsessed with buying property in this part of the world....the sunshine, the food and wine, and ...
... Kerry spent some time by the pool in his new fashionable French togs. You are not aloud to wear shouts in the pools here so he had to buy what look like boxer shorts but they are togs. Oo la la he looks the part I can tell you. I told him he could wear them when he got home but it was a "not over my dead body" comment back. I will endeavour to snap a picture when he's not ...
... to the fortifications at Carcassone and attempted to reclaim his ancestral fief. The siege failed and Carcassonne remained part of France’s royal domain.Carcassonne continued to figure in the history of the region through the 1500s the 1600s and was a part of the French Revolution in 1789.
In the first part of the 1800s, the villagers began raiding many of the walls and towers of the fortification for building blocks for their houses. In the mid 1850s, the ...