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Bike arrived this afternoon, more walking around the city, did a walking tour with a guide, very interesting city. Still getting down pours of rain, good excuse to sit and have a drink. Went to small bar with Jazz musician for something to eat, found out that the museums where open till midnight and went and visited 2 of them, l'abattoir and ...
... users traveling in the opposite direction without both cars heading into the grass or paddock (there are no fences to most of the farms). You would have though I would have learnt from the previous day by now, but being a good scientist, all experiments must be repeated for statistical verification. Back lanes, dirt tracks and wrong turns finally got me to Carcassone and I parked and set of on foot to explore then new city. A welcome committee greeted me with ...
... was originally built for victims of the plague, then housed the destitute, and is now the hospital. (Grave was the person responsible for the original funding). The grounds are walled, and wasn't sure if this was to keep the healthy out or the sick in.
Also wonder at the coincidence that Les Abattoirs, the city's former slaughterhouse, was its neighbour.
The bar we'd chosen for lunch had finished serving by the time we'd made our decision, so ...
... times, originally by the Romans but as recently as a few hundred years ago. There are multiple sets of ramparts around the inner fortress. Upon entering, it felt more like a mall inside the old walls. Some people still live inside, but it is very much a tourist town. We explored the castle and enjoyed a beer or two on the cobblestone streets. We enjoyed ...
... The brothers have beautiful voices however which is pleasant to listen to, but for me, it raises more questions. Quite often I feel as though if I scratch my outer skin, I am not really a (Roman) Catholic underneath. Today is one of those days. It's interesting to be there, but it doesn't feel like 'my' tradition. A lovely evening meal with a stunning white wine improves my ...
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