Hotel Le Bellevue

23, bd Michelet , Valras-Plage, Languedoc-Roussillon, France | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by janbernie


Today we headed out to Carcassonne,about a 45 minute drive from Olonzac. Carcassonne is an historical city built on the edge of a small sandstone plateau . Steeped in history,Carcassonne is perched on a rocky hilltop and bristles with zig zag battlements,stout walls and spiky turrets,from afar the fortified city looks like something out of a children's storybook. The first historic evidence of Carcassonne ...

Lake Jouarres and Homps.

A travel blog entry by janbernie


... the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean dates back to the Roman Empire. Augustus dreamt of a (water route),that would be quicker than the land routes and the dangerous Iberian Peninsular sea route. Pierre- John Riquet,devoted his life to the Canal of the Two Seas project and single- handedly found solutions to all the problems that had stumped the best engineers for almost twenty centuries. At the age of 57 ,Pierre -Paul Riquet threw ...

A Drive Through Old Cathar Country

A travel blog entry by janbernie


... and what a view! At the southern end of the village,there is a castle built on a rocky outcrop. The Castle Of Saissac,which is one of the largest in the area,was rebuilt after the crusade against the Cathars at the end of the 13th and 14th centuries. In the 16 th century,Renaissance style additions were made. At the foot of the fortress the ruins of the former walled village of Saissac remain.This village was at the centre of a large network of shaded pathways and was protected by ...

Narbonne and Homps

A travel blog entry by janbernie


... for travelling.Although sailing ships travelled up and down its course,their masts lowered,to avoid sailing around Gibraltar,it was the specially designed and locally made canal boats- barges,saltines and coutrillons- that accounted for most of the traffic. In 1989, the last Canal du Midi freight barge came to the end of its final journey.Having hardly any economic value( except for irrigation ) the Two Seas canal network was threatened with ...

What a day - bit of everything

A travel blog entry by scootergal


... t even exited the gorge.

I was heading to Millau to see a bridge. Not just any bridge but the Millau Viaduct - an engineering marvel. And boy was it spectacular.

I followed the signs to "Viaduc i" and it lead me out the north of the town, directly under the bridge to an information centre. Not exactly what I wanted. What I was trying to find was the Lookout where you could take magnificent photos. The lady directed me to the southern part of ...


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