Travel Blogs from Mazamet
je quitte montpellier seule, benben va vnir a carcassonne plus tard, il est pas rentrer lol. je prend le train et je vais rejoindre deux gars de Tadoussac qui sont a Carcassonne et qui sont en voyage aussi ici, encore pour 2semaines! ils viennent me chercher a la gare! cool, ca fait du bien de voir des visages connus! petit cafe en ville! apres on monte a la cite pour chercher leur sac! oh une brasserie, lets go pour une tite ...
... all – God will know his own”; and they burnt the town to the ground.
Today Béziers presents a long built-up frontage to the canal, the towpath switches from one side of the canal to the other and follows short sections of road before it re-emerges as a sealed track outside the shade of the canal-side trees. Other cyclists became more frequent, more wearing lycra, fewer saying “Bonjour”, and the surrounding land became flatter as we approached ...
... work on the very spot you stand!
Of course, every great explorer needs feeding to set them on their way, but don;t fret, for the grub choice in the old city is massive. Whether you fancy a nutella crepe or a full on three course meal sending you rolling back to the car, it's all here.
Finish off by heading to the chocolate shop in the old city, as it truly puts Willy Wonka's factory to ...
Carcasonne is a medievil city surrounded by city walls , which the boys have heard of as they play the "boardgame" on the iPad. Our first view of it was yesterday when we drove up in the dark and the whole medievil city was lite up. Today walking up to the city gave great views, and then entering the city is picturesque with lots of shops and houses within the city walls. We were lucky enough to arrive at the cathedral when a visiting Quartet from Russia got up ...
... and couldn't move past the bed until we closed the door - awkward. But what is more awkward is having to sit side saddle on the toilet - left arm perched on the basin, or having to stand in the shower while washing your face in the basin. It's a hard life. Pete (& ...
Other places to stay in Mazamet
4 Place Philippe Olombel, Mazamet | Hotelfrom $48