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... of people playing in the water to the sound of an African drumming band. Certainly not a reflection in sight! Kids had a ball running from one side to the other and falling all over each other in the water. Deciding that it was best to leave our Bordeaux experience on a high we hopped back in the car and headed to Angouleme to see our Melbourne friends the Cook-marshalls. The Marshall-Cooks have rented a farmhouse in ...
... where cars park on both sides of the road. Then Cesseras has a narrow little hill which is made narrower by parked cars and then 8 km climbing uphill round hairpin bends. The road is just slightly wider than a single track! But we arrived to be greeted effusively by Jeanne, who gossiped rapidly in French, some of which I understood. A lovely pitch - plenty of space and pretty flat. And the heavens opened. ...
... to a town! John, once again, came to greet us. A pack carrier is always a Godsend at that
point! Ramo had found another fantastic spot overlooking the town, valley and a
Michelin starred restaurant which was luckily closed!
A very difficult climb presented itself the next day, almost
on our hands and knees. The compensation of a magnificent forest walk at the
end of the day was enough ...
This morning we woke to some light rain then had breakfast, and went through our first triple lock! It took a long time to get through the lock though. Then we made it to Carcassonne and went to the local bakery (we felt we knew the town having stayed there for 2 nights) and I got a giant meringue and my brother, sister and dad got a chocolate croissant each and mum got 2 baguettes for the family to share for lunch. We turned ...
... ceiling vaults are semi-circular.
The front of the church, which like the castle and outer defences was built after the French crown acquired Carcassonne, is Gothic. The ceilings have that beautiful rib vaulting characteristic of the style that resulted in less strain on the building's walls, therefore allowing more stain glass, which in turn produced that wonderful infused light found in churches of this period.
We left the old city and walked across the ...
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