Hotel Le Commerce
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... of Madame Borghese is life-size; a sculpture of Pauline Bonaparte, Princess Borghese, she was the "wayward" sister of Napoleon but the only one of his siblings to visit him during his exile on Elba. In the art world this piece is known as "Paolina Borghese, Venus Victorious." The similarities between the two faces, one of Ebe, the other of Pauline Bonaparte, are striking. (Oh, to have had a camera in the early 1800s for a life photograph of Pauline Bonaparte.)
Friends: This is a run-down of correspondence since I last did it a couple of weeks into the trip. That was almost two months ago. It is ten (10) pages long. If you care to attempt it, you've been warned. And there are no photographs. We're canceling the Aegean Islands portion of our scheduled trip. Took way more time to do what we did and then we didn’t come close to doing all there was to do. Plus I’ve been monitoring the weather and it’s in the 50s early ...
... journey even if it was very typical of every other medieval town,
including San Marino and Mont San Michel. It made a pleasant end to
the day and the end of the holiday. We dined outside yet again, in a
small square jammed full of dining tables from at least four
restaurants. We finally wandered back to the hotel, well after
darkness had fallen, admiring the flood-lit ancient city walls.
... pump to pump up water. There was no way a pipe could be attached. Having praised the system, I do need to clean the contacts so that the pump works every time. So we dumped grey and black water, filled up with fresh and decided to go back to Fanjeaux where we knew there was shade. All we had to hope was, that there would be space as it is a small aire.
Whoopee, there was space and shade, so we got the chairs out, pulled out the awning and opened a bottle of ...
... old centre of town in the early darkness of winter, and having a beer with the locals. Next morning we climbed up Montsegur, slowly and carefully, in the ice and snow with the summit shrouded in clouds. The cloud rose as we climbed so although the sky was still grey the summit was clear when we reached the top. The ruins of the castle were filled with snow. It must have been a bleak place for those Cathars sheltering from the 10,000 troops laying siege ...