Le Domaine d'Auriac
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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So, who's been scampering over our roof!! we found out when we pulled back the ceiling blind. There are so many birds and we have never seen so many Jays in particular and they have to be one the prettiest birds and their song is like they are always laughing. Nice treat for breakfast, a salami omelette, mmmm very nice and the initial first taste is surprise, but a nice surprise, a great alternative to bacon. Small ...
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. ...
... knowing where anything is located, and the stress of being the last person in the store as they are trying to close, he did well. He came out with a bottle of wine, yogurt, and bananas. The sun begins to set as we head over to the river and find a place to sit along Carcassonne bridge that faces the Castle. The lights start to twinkle on the old stone walls as we watch the shadows of people wandering around on the inside. We discuss what we ...
... out!! They then named the city after good old Madame Carcas!! Great story and what a gamble Old Carcas made! Luckily it worked or they probably would have eaten her!!
We then found a free Camping Car park and had a pretty quiet night in.
All in all, a huge but enjoyable day.
We swam in the Med and the river, ate well and walked around an incredible city…you just don’t know what each day is going to throw at you.
'til next time
... shops and restaurants. Still it was fascinating to wander through cobbled, narrow streets and hear about the history of the place.
We then had to catch the bus to the airport to get our hire car from Europcar. This went smoothly but when we went to get into the car I asked Anita if she was going to drive as she headed for the right side of the car. Of course the driver sits on the left in Europe. Not a good start given I was to drive a left hand car on the right ...