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... headed to a town called Albi to a restaurant we had read great reviews for. Sort of a Birthday Lunch for Hazza. The food was very artistic and tasty and we mentioned it was Harry's birthday and when dessert time came around they came and sand happy birthday to him. One of the waitresses went to give home a birthday kiss but he went all shy and ducked for cover. We left the restaurant and walked off lunch by visiting the famous Cathedral of Sainte Cèceil built in 1282. ...
We are leaving the black mountains and heading East. It should be better weather. We are planning to work our way along the coast towards Nimes and then onto the south easy go France. We have three months before we are due back here in Villemagne for our 'summer holiday' at the beginning of June. So our first stop is Ouveillan. A small town north of Narbonne. The temperature has risen to 18 degrees and the sky is blue, but the wind is still very strong. It's a noisy aire, ...
So the carnival is over and we pack up and spend a night at Fanjeaux before journeying to the Weedons at Villemagne. A week of R&R with friends. A week spent visiting some new places and revisiting old ones - Castelnaudary, Carcassonne, Mazeres and Revel. Lunch in out of the way village bars and coffee in market squares. And of course the St Papoul ...
... 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 ...
... a tour of the Canal du Midi, so we made our way to the port of Carcassonne. We found a little stand where we bought our tickets, and finally boarded a little boat that would take us down this UNESCO world heritage site. If you're an UNESCO nerd like me, you basically need to see Carcassonne. This canal is 150 miles long, built in the 17th century, and is considered by UNESCO "one of the greatest engineering achievements of the modern age". The canal connects ...