Hotel Restaurant Ibis La Cite Carcassonne Est
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Monday 20/1Up before sunrise I caught a train towards Barcelona, stopping on a whim in Carcassonne, whose UNESCO-listed medieval castle is almost perfectly preserved and today contains multiple restaurants and touristy shops. With just an hour in the town I was just able to march to the castle, take some pictures and admire its battlements from below before I had to return to the station to catch my next train on. On this part of the journey I stopped in Port ...
Went to bed last night with a pounding migraine and unfortunately woke up with it even worse. Unable to lift my head, Ben was left to amuse himself for the day, enjoying the beach until the clouds rolled in bringing the rain. By late afternoon and most of the day now a write off I dragged myself out of bed and into the passenger seat. Left the coast and headed West, not doing anything exciting except driving to a free campspot in Pezens. Hoping tomorrow is a better day! ...
... we got near as it was at least heated!
First stop was the citadel within the town walls which was equally heavily fortified. There was a good follow the number tour, with English audio guides, of this explaining the history of the area, the origins of the fotification and the restoration work.
Apparently this part of France used to be disputed by Spain and France, so it became an important frontier ...
Mum, Dad, Darryl, Harry, Austen and I left the Pyrenees on Thursday and said goodbye to Sam & Amandine for a few days. They are heading straight back to Lausanne, and we will join them there next Monday as there are a few places we wanted to see along the way. Corinne, Bernie, Baptiste and Capucine have gone back to their home in St Nizier. It was sad saying goodbye to them, but we have had the most amazing time and look forward to the next time we catch up. ...
... a variety of meats, bread and lettuce was provided. We all watched with great interest as they let the cheese melt onto a plate and then shared it around with the other food. Like a fondue but cheese straight from the block itself. The boys didn’t like the smell but it looked really good. Then in the room next door a dance class began, so we were treated to some French dancing, which actually looked a little more Latino than French but it was still fun.
Home to bed, Italy ...
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