Brit Hotel Bosquet Carcassonne
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All slept in this morning and then headed down for late breakfast. It was quite a surprise to see this elaborate table set up for us underneath the chandelier. Baguettes, croissants and petite pain au chocolat were all enjoyed. Kids then spent some time playing with the grandson of the hotel owners (who was 13months old and enjoying the spectacle of our crazy 3) while Vance packed up the car. We wandered down to the UNESCO ...
... where cars park on both sides of the road. Then Cesseras has a narrow little hill which is made narrower by parked cars and then 8 km climbing uphill round hairpin bends. The road is just slightly wider than a single track! But we arrived to be greeted effusively by Jeanne, who gossiped rapidly in French, some of which I understood. A lovely pitch - plenty of space and pretty flat. And the heavens opened. ...
... was a tad sheepish the next morning.
Our final day in Nice was relaxed again. We walked the city, went for a swim, and went out for dinner. On the way home we stopped to watch street opera and soak up the vibe of an amazing city.
The following morning, we jump on a train bound for Turin, Italy. It was sad to say goodbye to France with its tasty yet cheap cheese and wine. But, Italy awaits and we were looking forward to whatever adventures we would have there
... big fortress, for sure.
The bus drops us because there is no parking for buses close to the entrance. We are at the east gate of Gate Narbonne (something like that). In the parking lot are about 15 motorcycles. We have seen many motorcycle clubs riding around town and parked and on the freeway. Several of them are touring because they have their bikes loaded with their gear. I miss my motorcycle. This gate is also next to a ...
... III to eliminate Catharism in Languedoc, in the south of France. Estimates of the death toll over the twenty-year period of this campaign range from 100,000 to 1,000,000,
Château de Puilaurens
One of the last strong holds of the Cathars this is the trail we climbed
I am immensely proud of achieving that climb both up and then i thought even harder coming down. For me a very intensely emotional experience.