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Travel Blogs from Castelnaudary
... having the best cappuccino ever in a wifi place with Rebecca, Paul and L ars.
we are listening to jazz, getting ready to order poelee de noix de st, Jacques
we did take a dip I the big pool. Freezing water I might add. But hey, the view
... see the brown bears and we were lucky to witness their performance/ behaviour whilst being fed. The highlight at dinner involved eyeballing a hungry donkey on the other side of the window!!
Our hike at Lescun was difficult to capture in photos. We were surrounded by snow capped peaks, beautiful green valleys and had griffon vultures constantly flying by. From our pincic spot, it felt more like we were in an aeroplane.
Our days in transit were often ...
Waiting at the airport in Paris. We had a lovely breakfast at the Novotel hotel where we stayed last night. Paris airport has been well sign posted for Hansel and Gretel, thank goodness. Toddy is looking forward to going home A good flight and now in Dubai. No alcohol for 25 hours. That's not a happy Den and Jen. Still haven't found out what flight we are on tomorrow hopefully we will hear in the morning. Feeling tired. ...
... to a town! John, once again, came to greet us. A pack carrier is always a Godsend at that
point! Ramo had found another fantastic spot overlooking the town, valley and a
Michelin starred restaurant which was luckily closed!
A very difficult climb presented itself the next day, almost
on our hands and knees. The compensation of a magnificent forest walk at the
end of the day was enough ...
... and cloisters both date from the 14th century according to the brochure I picked up at the ticket counter, which is odd because the paired columns outside and the barrel vaults in the roof of the church would indicate that both these structures were Romanesque and therefore a century or two older. The most striking feature is the elaborately embellished golden arch that wraps around the altar like a proscenium. There's also more of the red marble that's so popular in this ...