Hostellerie du Chateau de La Pomarede

Address: Chateau de la Pomarede, La Pomarede, Languedoc-Roussillon, 11400, France | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from La Pomarede

    Last day in our French farmhouse

    A travel blog entry by scottfamily on Jul 08, 2015

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    Much cooler day today, top of 22. Moirpoix for breakfast & Stop for more pastries. Back to house for movie/nap. Followed by champagne & family game of ping pong. Girls & Steve went for swim, I had a shower & cooked dinner (salad & chicken). Then Nanny McPhee movie & ...

    Top of mountain & under another

    A travel blog entry by scottfamily on Jul 07, 2015

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    Today was hot..35.5 We first went to the Cathar fortress of Montsegur. The fortress fell after a siege that lasted from the summer of 1243 to March 1244. (See photo for more info). Then Foix for lunch at a pub. Followed by 8min out of Foix to Europe's longest navigational underground river, Labouiche. It was 13deg in the tunnel but on this hot day, it was perfect. Home by 5:30 for swim & nuggets for dinner while watching the Bee ...


    A travel blog entry by scottfamily on Jul 05, 2015

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    Cité De Carcassonne, France this morning. A wonderfully old city...very touristy. Dates back into Roman times, I even told the girls about the story of Rahab & the walls of Jericho. Again it was pretty hot, we arrived, had early lunch, walked around, got an ice cream & left soon after. Again, continuing our new tradition of afternoon ...

    Carcassonne, a fortified citadel like no other.

    A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Nov 10, 2014

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    ... in history that has yet to be broken for a single engagement..

    Later the Romans, about the time of Christ, wanted to colonize the region and found it opportune to control this chokepoint from north to south with fortifications. After Rome was sacked in 412 AD, in the ensuing decades the Germanic and Baltic tribes came roaring into the region. These “barbarians” were known as the Visigoths, led by a man named Alaric -- there’s a mountain named for ...

    Mother's Day

    A travel blog entry by jen.trevenen on May 11, 2014

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    My Mothers Day in the South of France. Den bought me tea and toast in bed. Checked the viber and received a message from Jez and Michael. We went to church at 10oclock. We walked to the Nostre dame du Cros which was 2.2km away. What we didn't realise was that it was all up hill. Talk about doing penance before mass. Mass was in French but I was able to follow. Walked the grounds around the church and found that the stations of the cross were all outside. ...