Hotel Montsegur

Address: 27 Allee d'Iena, Carcassonne, Languedoc-Roussillon, 11000, France | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 27 Allee d'Iena, Carcassonne, is near Cathar Castles, Chateau de Peyreperteuse, La Bastide Saint Louis, and Museum of Fine Arts.
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      Beauty shots No. 1, Italy, Monaco, France

      A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Nov 11, 2014

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      ... the Netherlands and gave the piece to the couple as a wedding gift. They subsequently gave it to my parents. Our miniature sculpture, about three feet in length, of a reclining Madame Borgese, sister of Napoleon, sits on the sideboard in our den.

      She is titled Ebe, "goddess of immortality feeding on nectar," sculpted in 1816-17. Canova and his studio made three versions of Ebe (also Hebe).

      The is the sculpture we have in our den. This ...

      Carcassonne, a fortified citadel like no other.

      A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Nov 10, 2014

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      ... 8217;s easy to see how many varied interpretations of that concept could occur.

      In the case of the Cathars, the nut of their “heresy” was a “dualism” idea prevalent in other breakaways as well. Dualism held that there were two gods, two opposing forces in the cosmos, a god of good and a god of evil.

      (Because I’m almost forced to acknowledge it, yes, the Cathars are the same as the players in Dan Brown’s Da Vinci Code. But ...

      Fellow correspondents. We enjoyed your company!

      A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Nov 09, 2014

      ... blowback to my earlier sweeping generalization that there are no roundabouts in the U.S. (Something like six folks rebutted my generalization with roundabout locales with which they are familiar.) As is my wont, I overstated it. I got a flood of places from the east coast to the west coast where roundabouts are in use today. Some as near as Covington, Tricia tells me. Let me say it another way, to make my point that they are not for me. Try this, driving from one place to ...


      A travel blog entry by stumblebum on Sep 08, 2014

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      ... 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.



      A travel blog entry by brooksies on Aug 08, 2014

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      ... Romans, Visigoths, Saracens, Arabs and eventually the French. It was often considered impenetrable and never changed hands during the 100 years war. It was restored in the 1800's (it took 40 years just to clear the rubble from between the ramparts). We did an audio tour which described the fortifications. The outer ramparts, the moat, drawbridge, the inner ramparts, the outer courtyard, the ...