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... of the chateau in 1997 and have been renovating and developing the site since then. They have lots of local French friends and English ones too, many of whom are here because they have visited and wanted to have a place here too! Yesterday evening we drove to Carcassonne, a walled, fortified town overlooking the newer city below. Amazing architecture and walk around the ramparts. I did persuade them to have a meal out and we sat in ...
... do to have a beer there too!
David and Alison had 4 friends over for supper. All teachers from Alison's past and all now hooked on coming to France for long periods of time as a result of D and A's 1997 move here, coming to visit and deciding to do something similar! Another amazing BBQ with so many extras and nibbles that Alison is SOO good at doing. Tried out a lot of local wines! Found my way back over the road!
... of tissue paper displaying a variety of themes. The local villages compete against each other and are accompanied by bands and majorettes. It wasn't as hot as last year and it is a place to meet up with acquaintances and friends. The participants in the parade throw confetti, and often you will see people greeting each other in a shower of small paper ...
... wanted to demolish it but they restored it in 1853.
After walking through the town of Carcassonne we hopped in the car and drove through an amazing electrical storm it was raining so heavy that every car left the freeway into a safe service stop, in the service stop there was about 100 people starting there soaked in water.
Then we left the stop and kept driving in the slightly less heavy rain and in the end we went home and went to the more comfy ...
... has existed on the hill where Carcassonne now stands. The earliest known occupation of the site dates from the 6th century BC, when a protohistoric hill fort (oppidum ) was built on this rocky spur overlooking the valley of the Aude and the ancient routes linking the Atlantic with the Mediterranean and the Iberian peninsula with the rest of Europe. In the 1st century BC, this settlement, Carcaso Volcarum Tectosagum, became the ...