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... off on the road again. Today's driving break was in Bordeaux. We had intended to park out of town and take the team into the city but the Navigator ended up taking us right through the city centre so we took an opportune parking spot and just got out and wandered around. I had wanted to see the magnificent 'mirror' fountain where the buildings are reflected in the water. What we found when we got there was quite a ...
Millie has had a miraculous recovery. On Tuesday, we thought we were losing her, but on Wednesday morning she started eating and hasn't stopped. We have stayed around Elne enjoying the sun and cooler weather and giving her more and more food. She has stopped vomiting, we have had so,I'd deposits in the tray, and she is so much more settled. D continues to enjoy the sea. We left Latour Bas Elne on Monday, ...
... hobbled an elderly lady with a cane who lifted the boom up looking at us in abject disdain. How embarrassing! Carcassonne is divine. So beautiful and because it has been so hot, everyone walks around quite late at night. Our B & B is gorgeous with the most beautiful room. No air con but a great and effective fan. Great dinner in a vined courtyard and then a ...
... Viscountess) who was holding the fortress as it was besieged by some marauders. The lady had the women of the town sew life size puppets looking like men at war. These puppets were placed at the arrow slits and on the ramparts of the inner walls of the town so that it looked like the place had many more defenders than it really did. Supposedly the town had been under siege for around 5 years with her fake warriors doing the trick for the ...
... has existed on the hill where Carcassonne now stands. The earliest known occupation of the site dates from the 6th century BC, when a protohistoric hill fort (oppidum ) was built on this rocky spur overlooking the valley of the Aude and the ancient routes linking the Atlantic with the Mediterranean and the Iberian peninsula with the rest of Europe. In the 1st century BC, this settlement, Carcaso Volcarum Tectosagum, became the ...