Hostellerie du Chateau de La Pomarede
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Dustin is away at a conference so just Carly and the kids here. The place is heaven for the kids. They enjoyed running around picking and eating raspberries and blackberries and checking out the spring water swimming pool (complete with 18 degree water and frogs) until almost 10pm. Eventually we got them all to sleep so the grown ups could enjoy a glass of wine and compare notes on the fun and challenges of travelling with young kids. ...
... 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 ...
... six, there was a steady stream of pedestrians making heir way towards La Cité. The fireworks didn't start till 10.30, so the French turn it into a party with food and drink. As the sun went down on a very hot evening - 35°, the walls of the ramparts turned pink in the sunset. Before the light went completely, we had the sight of 6 parachutists dropping - they were supposed to have red, white and blue smoke, but that didn't quite work out. Then the birds and ...
... mistakes are made.
We drove back to Toulouse to drop off our rental car and then caught a train to Montpelier after a long lunch in the sun. Due to another stroke of misfortune we arrived too late to collect the keys from the Air BNB guy we had emailed and were stuck with no place to stay. We took shelter in McDonald's and bought small fries to use the Internet. To be honest though, I think we both just felt like eating fries.
We wondered Montpellier ...
... And these are not rock and rubble remains; these are all in near pristine condition. If you are interested in ancient military fortifications, this is the area for you.
To give a sense of its size, your run-of-the-mile European fort from Roman and Medieval times has a half-dozen offensive and defensive towers interconnected with inner and outer walls, many have fewer than that; among the biggest, the number of lookout and offensive fighting towers will number around ...