Hotel Abbaye Ecole de Soreze
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the Toulouse Lautrec museum which has numerous paintings and posters from the whole of the life of TL, some when he was as young as 11 years, and some in the year of his death. --------- We had another fabulous dinner in L'Epicurian before heading back to the B&B for a couple of quiet red wines. We head off tomorrow for Issigeac via numerous small towns which have great reviews for their beauty. Off to sleep now to recover from today's ...
... What we didn't do in Carcassonne was visit Le Parc Australien! I found a brochure for this and couldn't beleive it. There are kangaroos, birds etc as well as what looks like manequins of aborigines! The next day we drove along more winding roads and through scenic villages. We stopped for lunch in a small village, Villeneuve, where we were directed through the old stone archway, to the only place open for lunch. There were quite a few other ...
... to be done and Allen’s pants are dragging on the ground so I need to hem them. It all boils down to a rather dull but necessary day. We end it by going to a Brasserie recommended by our host Paul. We have scallops provincial. They are served on the half shell and taste delicious. Finally Allen is happy with his dinner. We go back up to the old city to see it lit after dark. Not a bad ending to the ...
... that the decline occurred because of increasing human expansion and the resulting competition between humans and bears for land and shelter. Also, they would have experienced a drastic change in diet due to the change in the distribution of plant species during the last ice age.
We also traveled to the Grotte de Niaux located near Tarascon-sur-Ariège, southwest from Siran and located in the northern foothills of the Pyrenees. It is one of the rare ...
Biking down the Canal du Midi, France
The first stage of our trip to Europe this year was cycling along the Canal du Midi in the south of France. Now classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the canal was built in the reign of Louis XIV, (about 100 years before the canals that launched the Industrial Revolution in Britain) to provide a safer means of transporting goods across the country than the alternative of shipping around the Iberian peninsula. Its construction took ...