B & B in Limoux at Domaine St George
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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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 ...
... more like Italy than the France we'd driven through so far. We had been told that a lot of the supermarkets had washing machines in their entrances (clothes wash whilst you shop). So we stopped at a hypermarket on the way, no sign of any machines, so got the shopping and had lunch. As we were leaving, across the road in the petrol station, were a row ...
Leaving La Franqui, we took the motorway back to Bram and then to a small aire at Routier. Lovely little stop with 5 bays and water and dumping facilities. It's supposed to have electricity, but that was turned off. But the views are magnificent. We stayed for two days and then moved further into the Pyrenees staying in the mountains at Montferrier. It was here that we started to feel the night chills. Winter dressing gowns out ...
... of the first wine with bubbles and it is still done here in the original way. Shame I'm driving. It was hard to leave the sunshine but off I trot to explore more of Limoux on foot. It's a very big town, which makes me glad that I decided to stay in Azille with a much slower pace. As it's such a lovely day, I decode to head further south and get up close and personal with the Pyrenees. Magic scenery everywhere, so stop at a little town called Couiza for ...
Surprised by a very official rap, I opened the door one morning to find a sandy haired, French man standing there who said 'bonjour service l’eau’ and shook my hand. The water board it turned out were due to put water meters outside the properties and so began a very hectic time in Tourreilles with numerous Lorries trundling in like army tanks at what seemed like the crack of dawn and along with the already unpopular builders proceeded to bang ...