Chateau des Ducs de Joyeuse
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... of Pierre, well some Welsh campers had a buggy on the back, no sides or doors and 2 steering sticks. This morning it was full of water so will give this one a miss! We set off quite carefully as there is a lot of water pouring off the hills and on the roads. We stop for fuel at 087.5c, which is 64p a litre!!, picked up a baguette and we're off. We round the bend though what seems to be a newly completed sky resort condo's and wow ...
... truly extraordinary centre. Very glad we did as it was something special and we decided to have lunch. Plat de Jour, which was Turkey with Apricots and Tagliatelle and a jug of red wine for a change with a citrus crepes to follow, as per usual, fantastic. Enjoying all this sitting outside in the sunshine without a cloud in the sky and almost to hot!! When who should come walking along but our new old friend Ian, he ...
... pig population in check) whereas in France, food is part of the experience. The quality and flavor of the food is more of an art and passion than just sustenance. The restaurant we went to was close to our hotel which was in the middle of nowhere (more on that later) and was recommended by the owner of the hotel we were at. We were following the directions he gave us which took us deeper in to the industrial park, past a fiberglass molding ...
It being a very hot afternoon, I turned on the air-con in a moment of guilt and trembling joy as the cool air immediately started to blow on my face and give me goose bumps on the back of my neck, and drove off, slightly indirectly again, towards Limoux, Quillan and finally Fa. In the process of getting lost in Carcassonne one final time a French song started on the radio but the Chorus was in English and went like this: "Always lost in the city, always lost ...
... one of the bridges, locals strolled the lovely trails along the Aude and picnicked. The place exuded the happy peacefulness of people content in their lives. Note* All of these pictures are a bonus. Yesterday, I took three photos when I arrived, and then the last camera battery went dead. I scoured the village. Nothing. I found out if I put the dead ones back in, I could squeeze 2-3 more photos out of ...