Hotel Abbaye Ecole de Soreze
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- Pets allowed
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... one. The town museum was mind boggling with so many artefacts. But wait! They have BBC TV and so we retired to the lounge for some longed-for English TV and all promptly fell asleep. Later we went exploring and found Fources, a medieval round defendable town in beautiful condition. Then to another village for crispy pizza and local Rose wine. All fine but no internet to speak of, hence the delay in sending these ...
... descending from the Pyrenees to join us. This is akin to the Norman Conquest. We are being invaded! At dinner we remain separated as groups, though I note that Kathleen and David have reached out immediately and joined the newbies. Americans are just so welcoming.
Vicky redeems the cap situation by awarding it to both Don and Harold for being the oldest and most respected members of our group. Phew.
... our driving mishap during Hurricane Betsy. We didn’t wind up in LSU’s University Lake but in a canal along Airline Highway. (I have no idea how Buddy knows about this, he is younger than me, wasn’t at LSU at the time to my knowledge, but my sins seem to follow me like a bad dream.) During that event, Gee Gee and I, and dearly departed Stacy Freeman, (we are fraternity brothers) went on a midnight drive to New Orleans to get to the eye of Betsy which is ...
... out that Rich and I spoke French. She was so pleasant and took time to show us all the antiques in her shop. In the end, we came out of the shop with a key to a 17th century castle - how cool is that! After shopping for souvenirs, we decided to eat in a French café. The setting was breathtaking - outdoor terrace overlooking the castle towers, wall, and gardens. Once our food arrived, we were ...
... the lock ladders were and how wet the ropes could get. Phil and John coordinated between bow thrusting and steering.
Arrived in Carcassonne and munched on open sandwiches for lunch.
Wandered through the old town before catching a cab and heading up to let cite. It is a very large, complete and intact ancient fortified town (the ‘Cité’) with a maze of streets and views down to the 13th century town.