Hotel Le Miredames
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Concierge desk
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Woke to sunshine again, decided we could cope with all the niggles, even the fridge decided to play up again last night. We decided to head south towards the Pyrenees. Took the toll road down and around Toulouse as it seemed the best route. Coming off the motorway it seemed we'd entered another country. Even the houses were different, squarer and lower roofs. ...
... rich merchants to build mansions and churches, and enough peasants to till the fields. It was also the home of Cezanne, and I spent a lovely morning walking the streets with a very knowledgeable art historian discovering the footsteps of Cezanne. A good appreciation of Cezanne is very useful for understanding Picasso, Van Gough, Gaugin, Matisse etc. He was considered the father of modern art by Picasso, and of course was not well received ...
... imagined what it would be like! Clive is all about Le Table, the market and all its produce floats his boat and we enjoyed struggling to buy our produce with humour. Not a stitch of English was spoken but we got by! We left shortly after noon for another destination en route to Millau and The Gorges of Tarn. A destination which Kate my learned French speaking bike Pal and very besties of friends has recommended and supplied us with detailed maps to enjoy. Can't ...
... the cucumber for the mackerel tartare. Peter also made a quick and simple fig and mozzarella salad for us to try as it was getting a little late. We cleaned the chicken (removing the sinuey bit was tricky), made the herb butter and stuffed the chicken and then wrapped it in Parma (was just like prosciutto). We then had a go at filleting mackerel - was a bit easier than expected. Using the pin bone tweezers was interesting - this was the tricky bit ...
... in her early 20s and still had fond memories of it. Carcassonne is a small fortified French town in the region of Languedoc-Roussillon with about 50,000 people. The city is famous for its "Cité de Carcassonne", an impeccably preserved medieval fortress complete with drawbridge, cobblestone streets, ornate basilica, and fortified central keep. Founded during the Gallo-Roman period, the citadel derives its reputation from its striking 3km (1.9 mi) long ...