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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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, ...
... s been shaped, moulded and battered over many many years. You're free to roam the outer walls and being a medieval geek I was thinking about the poor people who had to attack the damn thing.
When you enter the walls, it's easy to forget where you're. There are so many places to eat, little shops, museums and even a Best Western hotel amongst others. Apparently there ...
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 ...
... The circles are fine, but the cutouts between the circles catch onto clothes and stick to skin. As you undress, you shower the place with pieces of paper . The vacuum has been working overtime this week. But a fabulous end to an exciting week. The weather has been yuk, but we have seen a lot of the area, and joined in the French spirit of carnival. One more experience ticked off the bucket ...
... it was so funny!!! We slept with the window open and had a makeshift clothesline for all our hand washed biking gear. Breakfast was a great buffet of the usual french stuff.
The Canal du Midi is beautiful and it twists and turns, much more interesting with beautiful big trees with lots of shade, its seems narrower too than the Garonne. This canal was designed by engineer Pierre-Paul Riquet 1609-1680 and this was motivated by the trade of wheat. At the ...