Chateau de Montledier
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... off on the road again. Today's driving break was in Bordeaux. We had intended to park out of town and take the team into the city but the Navigator ended up taking us right through the city centre so we took an opportune parking spot and just got out and wandered around. I had wanted to see the magnificent 'mirror' fountain where the buildings are reflected in the water. What we found when we got there was quite a ...
... to Limoux. It was the night of the Marche Nocturne and we love Limoux anyway. The market itself was tat, but we had a fab meal in the square and watched all the expat Brits queuing for their fish and chips. The aire isn't beautiful, bit it is free and it's an easy walk to town. And then a sneaky couple of days back at the weedons, to see Gill and Les Cooper and Sarah Ward. Jane and Andrew Matheson were ...
The kids have made friends with some of the local kids, however, Denny is quite frustrated with the language barrier. They seem to have come to some common ground with a zombie game (rolling my eyes!). French kids seem much tougher than my kids, lots of rough and tumble and full on play fighting.
The weather has been colder than I hoped, I brought mainly summer clothes, so our one pair of long pants ...
... itself, and another just inside the Narbonne Gate, up a set of stairs on the left. Tickets cost 8.5 euros. The viewsd are panoramic and I imagine that anyone defending Carcassonne (at least until the arrival of artillery) would have felt pretty much invulnerable.
It's terrible to contemplate that this place came within a whisker of being demolished in the 1800's. The 1st level of the chateau is a large courtyard surrounded by the castle's buildings. The 2nd level is ...
... the way to the bus, Anthony and I walked back into the town. We chatted about hockey (which he is trying to understand) and the Winnipeg Jets. He can't fathom the idea that we lost the team and then bought a different franchise to fill the void. It is quite entertaining discussing sports with him because he finds hockey as ridiculous as we find cricket. Cricket games can apparently last for 4 or 5 days and involve 8 hours of play per day. He says many people attend games ...
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