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Address: 10 Rue Delcasse, Ax-les-Thermes, Midi-Pyrénées, 09110, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 10 Rue Delcasse, Ax-les-Thermes.
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Travel Blogs from Ax-les-Thermes

Bordeaux to Carcassonne 1 night

A travel blog entry by adamjess on Jun 06, 2015

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... we drove a few more hours to the Carcassonne walled city which was amazing. There was heaps of shops and restaurants and it was a super hot beautiful day!! We then checked into our hotel which was in a lovely old building with a huge grand staircase. We just had a quite night in watching the soccer in our ...

Carcassonne

A travel blog entry by europeantour13 on May 28, 2015

1 comment, 14 photos

Leaving Ainsa, we drove 40km along Mountain valleys - wow - to get to the 3.4km tunnel into France. The views there were possibly even more breathtaking as we carefully drove down the series of hairpin bends. Lush green, forested and ridiculously steep hillsides stretched before us and villages 400 meters popped up from each other as they clung to the steep slopes. There was an immediate change in houses, with the terra ...

Carcassonne

A travel blog entry by carpefeline on May 17, 2015

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Our final day on this 4 day adventure to southern France in the mid- Pyrennes region. What a lovely place this has been. Today we are going to Carcassonne – the largest medieval fortress and now a UNESCO heritage place, and it almost was torn down years ago when they decided instead to fix it up. Bet they are glad they did as it is one of the most visited and most loved places in France.



We have to check out and bring ...

Plateau de Beille to Ax les Thermes

A travel blog entry by kathywijgers on Aug 02, 2014

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We are not enjoying having to tell you all this news, but we have decided to finish this trek now. There are several reasons for this. The first and main one is that the rough and very long descents have been taking their toll on our knees, between the two of us we have three problem knees now! And each day they get a little worse. As the next week is mainly spent in mountain refuges in very isolated country not reachable by ...

Roosters, Castles and Châteaus

A travel blog entry by callumjohnston on Oct 26, 2013

2 comments, 5 photos

... over
quite a long period. One section is Roman
and is notably different from the medieval walls with the tell-tale red brick
layers and the shallow pitch terracotta tile roofs.
Carcassonne was a border fortress between France and the Kingdom of Aragon under the Treaty of Corbeil (1258)." (Wiki)

We exited the castle and then mum and Lyla went into a haunted house. ...