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France is often associated with haute couture of Paris, romance, lovers, cafe culture and people watching, museums and art. But in a world away from the hustle and bustle of Paris, off the major highways, along toll free country roads, you will find another France towards the end of August and into September. Harvest time in …
At Toulouse we stayed in a hotel called Privilege. It is a pretty small room for four people so it's a bit messy. At the castle of carcassone in carcassone we bought a bag of lollies with: marshmallows, sour straps,gummy frogs and bears,chewing gum and red liquorice! TASTY.
We still haven't eaten all of the lollies though.
... 10 MH's and is actually on 2 former hard tennis courts, next to the municipal swimming pool. It is free to stay the night, but you have to buy a token at the Mairie (at the top of the hill) for water! There were 2 spaces left when we arrived and the last official one was taken by another British MH. You are not supposed to put out ...
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Caught the overtime of game 5 of the Stanley Cup finals last night on a sports channel on the TV in the room, so that was kind of neat--all I really needed to see.
Slept in--ahhh!--and started to organize my packing. Feels good to have things under control for the trip home. Went down to the hotel lobby at about 9:30am where I found some of the others hanging out. A plan was coming together to leave at about 10am for a walk to ...
... by the river, watching a Kingfisher flashing past - too quick for me to photograph! Then we visited the Cathedral, This was deliberately built to look fortress-like as a show of strength by the Catholic Church during the Albigensian Crusades against the Cathars, involving Simon de Montfort.
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Taking the quieter country roads from the Mid-Pyrennes to Provence is a beautiful way to see the France countryside, especially when the fields are plentiful for harvest. It really tells a story of the true heart of France.
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