Address: 3 avenue Montagne Noire, Villegailhenc, Languedoc-Roussillon, 11600, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 3 avenue Montagne Noire, Villegailhenc, is near Chateau de Peyreperteuse, La Bastide Saint Louis, Museum of Fine Arts, and Memorial House (Maison des Memoires).
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    Last day in our French farmhouse

    A travel blog entry by scottfamily on Jul 08, 2015

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    Much cooler day today, top of 22. Moirpoix for breakfast & Stop for more pastries. Back to house for movie/nap. Followed by champagne & family game of ping pong. Girls & Steve went for swim, I had a shower & cooked dinner (salad & chicken). Then Nanny McPhee movie & ...

    Top of mountain & under another

    A travel blog entry by scottfamily on Jul 07, 2015

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    Today was hot..35.5 We first went to the Cathar fortress of Montsegur. The fortress fell after a siege that lasted from the summer of 1243 to March 1244. (See photo for more info). Then Foix for lunch at a pub. Followed by 8min out of Foix to Europe's longest navigational underground river, Labouiche. It was 13deg in the tunnel but on this hot day, it was perfect. Home by 5:30 for swim & nuggets for dinner while watching the Bee ...

    Day 6 of the canal boat trip

    A travel blog entry by sandyrob-2015 on Jun 24, 2015

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    ... keeper there to keep an eye on proceedings. Our last lock for the night was the first one heading downstream. We've been travelling upstream the entire journey so far, until now. It's all down hill from here! Now that we're moored up, we have a bit of an explore. The village is a couple of kilometres away but there is a good restaurant here and a cafeteria, souvenir shop and a few other things. Most are closed this evening as ...

    Carcassonne, a fortified citadel like no other.

    A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Nov 10, 2014

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    ... m going to blow by that novel with only the lightest touch; the entire Cathar affair, the Pope’s Crusade, was a 40-year war, a monumental historic event that laid waste to large swathes of southern France with corresponding catastrophic impact on its people. The tragic slaughter that it became has been cheapened by a fistful of popular myths like those proposed in the Da Vinci Code.)

    For a number of political reasons, mostly the power of the local nobles ...

    Another Day In Caunes Minervois

    A travel blog entry by jen.trevenen on May 07, 2014

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    ... mountainous and some glorious hillsides. Toward the end of out walk we came upon the marble quarry. First became prosperous in the 17th century thanks to some Italian sculptors (called carriers). The marble started to be formed 400 millions years a ago, this colour called "red incarnat" (red with white veins) comes from the iron oxides in the limestone. Caunes marble is of a very fine quality and has ...