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... exploring all aspects especially the Saint Nazaire Basilica which was a combination of Romanesque and Gothic art.It was built in 1096. After a thorough investigation we left to head back to where we parked the car digressing to have some lunch. On the way back to Olonzac we called into Trebes ,which is on the Canal du Midi ,to watch some of the barges go through a triple lock system. This is a sight to ...
... to create something that would be enjoyed by future generations.Even when money was at its most scarce he insisted on using quality,hard wearing materials and paid particular attention to detail. This is why the canal is in such remarkable condition more than three centuries later.It is also why this purely technical structure ranks among the purely architectural masterpieces of the 17th century. Leonardo da Vinci is generally considered to ...
... gate. We wander through the ruins and then walk back ,up a very steep hill to the village.We wandered through the narrow streets and admired and took photographs of the corbelled half timbered houses,the fountains,the medieval gate and the defence towers. From here we head to Lastours,where you can see 4 castles,located at 300 meters altitude in a landscape spiked with cypress trees.These castles,which have protected the Cabardes area since the High Middle Ages,overlook ...
... many regional and national political figures pushed for just this.The network was saved by the growing popularity of river tourism,which began in the late 1960's and has become so successful that at certain times of the year there are actually traffic jams at lock gates. We watched some barges come in to dock and we enjoyed a vin Blanc whilst viewing this process. Another full day and we are now planning tomorrow. The dining table is covered with ...
... two pints of fosters please" and there we were ready to jet off to the sun.
Airports always seem to fascinate me, to be honest I think its the people, and this
particular day I think it was the "misery peoples" day out, I mean come on look at
yourselves, your going on holiday people, pick your faces up off the floor.
We walked around the Airport for a bit looking in and out the few shops that are there and ...
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