Logis les Fleurs de Lees

Address: 24, avenue Henri IV, Barbotan-les-Thermes, Midi-Pyrénées, 32150, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 24, avenue Henri IV, Barbotan-les-Thermes, is near le Sidobre, Le Centre National et Musee Jean-Jaures, and Eglise St-Benoît.
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    A travel blog entry by jentalbs on Jul 05, 2015

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    ... 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 ...

    Day 7 of the canal boat tour

    A travel blog entry by sandyrob-2015 on Jun 25, 2015

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    ... spot, quiet, shady trees on the side we're moored so we're feeling a bit special. After our picnic tea, Rob and I walk up to the village, about 800m away and it's beautiful. As its on a hill the views of the surrounding countryside are magnificent and the houses in the town are well worth a look. The favourite past time tonight seems to be sitting on the side of the mooring spot, dangling feet ...

    Carcassonne, a fortified citadel like no other.

    A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Nov 10, 2014

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    ... group was. These weren’t invaders, they were natives, a breakaway sect of Christians known as Cathars. Since Constantine’s time in the infancy of Christianity and across the ensuing centuries the pope had forever been trying to rein in breakaway sects of Christians.

    Many today are led to believe that since the time of Constantine in 312 AD when the Roman Emperor converted to Christianity and decreed that the Roman Empire would abandon paganism ...

    My Mum's 2nd Death Anniversary

    A travel blog entry by jen.trevenen on May 09, 2014

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    Before we started this adventure I had some beautiful messages from my family referring to my Mum's 2nd death anniversary. Well today started off a little slow. Den still coughing and spluttering. But breakfast we had and then we decided to go to Carcosonne by bus to book out tickets for the 24th May. As we are waiting at the bus stop, Den realises that we are at the wrong bus stop because we are still thinking right hand drive and ...

    A few days in the amazing area of Carcassonne

    A travel blog entry by tamrin on Jul 24, 2013

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    ... the castle and fortified town was a major stronghold for the people's of the Languedoc region where persecution of the people due to the regional tolerance of different religions which was unpopular with the King of France and the Pope and this resulted in the region being taken over by Phillipe with the aid of the Knights Templar. It was one of the early Crusades.
    The hotel we booked was just below the Ancient City ...