Hotel Abbaye Ecole de Soreze
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Morning visit to the vide Grenier in Saissac. Huge boot sale! But highly regulated. Vendors can only attend 4 per year, so it takes the commercial stalls out of the equation. Dubious quality, but the locals flock to it. In the afternoon we went to the final large event of the Castelnaudary cassoulet fête. This is a parade with floats decorated ...
... tempted to score this region slightly higher - it offers better value for money, fewer crowds and the attractions over-deliver on one's (limited) expecations. An Italian analogy springs to mind: the Tarn / mid-Pyrenees region is to Provence as Umbria is to Tuscany.
Also, we think the hosts of our B & B really contributed to our enjoyment ( as did Tessie the concierge Labrador)
The second of the three days of the fête. Today is centred on the Bassin where there will be raft races jousting on the water and other sights. Huge crowds wander through the town where huge marquees are set up down the roads for eating and drinking. Lots of stalls selling food, drink, crafts and trinkets. Music everywhere. And to end the day, a meal with ...
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 ...
... By the time we finished chatting to Chari it was time to head out for lunch! So off we went - our little car is parked down in the public car park across the river (they call that a river? 'Tis nothing but a stream!) across the road from the school. It's just a five minute walk down the little cobbled alleys that are our streets - medieval walled villages don't have parking. I've taken some photos of ...