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... a small seaside (by the Mediterranean) town just over the French border in Spain. Again with just an hour in the town I strolled down to the beach through narrow streets of colourful Spanish houses, bought a litre of wine, poured out from a great wooden barrel in a tiny shop, for 1.5 euros (£1 or about $2!) and returned to the station for my train. I arrived just after dark in Barcelona and booked into a central hostel before going to a ...
Went to bed last night with a pounding migraine and unfortunately woke up with it even worse. Unable to lift my head, Ben was left to amuse himself for the day, enjoying the beach until the clouds rolled in bringing the rain. By late afternoon and most of the day now a write off I dragged myself out of bed and into the passenger seat. Left the coast and headed West, not doing anything exciting except driving to a free campspot in Pezens. Hoping tomorrow is a better day! ...
... that was never successfully attacked after the King of France sent a crusade south to subdue the heretics who inhabitated the area and had built the initial fortification on Roman ruins in the 1200s.
Once the French kings had control its fortifications were strengthened, never to be breached.
and you can see why with the panoramic 360 degree views from the battlements that gave the defenders a huge ...
... in an ancient town called Carcassonne which was an old French town that had been fortified by the Roman's around 100BC. The boys were very excited to visit the 'fortress town' It was an amazing place and they had heaps of fun imagining the battles that had taken place there. We could walk all around the town and around the inside of the fortress walls. It was huge and impressive. We were so pleased we made the effort to stop here on our way to Uzes for the ...
... me right up. It was even better than it had been on our last visit. For dessert, we both went with the crème bruleé maison (maison referring to being cooked in-house). It was creamy and just sweet enough to round out the meal. We both left the restaurant well satisfied and luckily had a downhill stroll back to the parking lot. We got back to camp in the early afternoon and Megs began to work on the blog while I settled in for an afternoon nap (read: food coma) in the warmth of the van. ...
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