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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Carcassonne
... of people playing in the water to the sound of an African drumming band. Certainly not a reflection in sight! Kids had a ball running from one side to the other and falling all over each other in the water. Deciding that it was best to leave our Bordeaux experience on a high we hopped back in the car and headed to Angouleme to see our Melbourne friends the Cook-marshalls. The Marshall-Cooks have rented a farmhouse in ...
... to get the awning up before the heaviest rain and were able to work underneath it. The ground was rock solid because of the dryness - up until we arrived. Hard ground pegs didn't work, so we were back to old technology - hammer and tent pegs. Couldn't get my wifi dongle to work - no 3G coverage here. And phone coverage is weak and intermittent. But if the weather improves, we will enjoy two weeks of ...
... B&B owned and run by an English expat who insisted on giving us wine and explaining how important she had been when she used to live in London about a decade earlier. She also loved dogs. I know this because she took us to each of the grave sites of her previous pooches with a full run down on their personalities and lifetime achievements.
After a swim and a wine, We headed into Carcassone castle. I could explain that Carcassone is was a strategically important ...
Today we woke early an got up for breakfast which was pretty average a lot of breads, meats and cheese, then got in the bus and drove close to 4 hours to a lovely chateau in the medoc area! The winery was built in the 16th century and it still had the original cellar were they aged the red wine. After the tour of ...
... the Bastide side. Much to Kate's pleasure we were able to visit two more churches including a climb of 213 stairs to the top of a very windy and cold bell tower of St Vincent Church for a panoramic view over the Bastide including the Medival City and its Chateau. This church has the largest naive in southern France and was built between 14th and 15th centuries. We then walked along the narrow streets through the ramparts that formed a protection border to enter ...