La Bastide Les Aliberts

Address: Minerve, Herault, Languedoc-Roussillon, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Minerve, is near Chateau d'Agel.
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      Beauty shots No. 1, Italy, Monaco, France

      A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Nov 11, 2014

      13 photos

      Venice: It's not all about gondoliers. Some boatmen still make a living from their traditional ways. A fisherman working his nets.

      The Lido, and its famous beach, on another island, this one south of the main island of Venice. Murano island is north.

      Art Deco, Hotel Marchionni, 1923, Via Reggio, Breakfast Buffet

      Cinque Terre native, Gian Carlo, with ex-girlfriend's Auburn flag. He spent considerable time in Phoenix ...

      Carcassonne, a fortified citadel like no other.

      A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Nov 10, 2014

      16 photos

      ... And these are not rock and rubble remains; these are all in near pristine condition. If you are interested in ancient military fortifications, this is the area for you.

      To give a sense of its size, your run-of-the-mile European fort from Roman and Medieval times has a half-dozen offensive and defensive towers interconnected with inner and outer walls, many have fewer than that; among the biggest, the number of lookout and offensive fighting towers will number around ...

      Fellow correspondents. We enjoyed your company!

      A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Nov 09, 2014

      ... accounts. I know they marched many of the men and teenage boys to other camps as the Russians drew near. I also remember reading that the entrances to the camps were well landscaped and pretty to help with propaganda efforts. They wanted the world to think the atrocities didn't exist. Just wondering if any of that is mentioned.


      “Larry, I so enjoy your stories and pictures. As you know I teach 6th grade Social Studies. I teach a unit on ...

      Day 60 creativity, exploring & socialising....

      A travel blog entry by lindeelee on Dec 06, 2013

      4 comments, 20 photos

      This day ticked all the boxes, starting creatively with a pottery class out at Rowena's. I got to throw two more pots. Didn't get to see my other goodies as they were in the kiln cooking away. A lovely way to spend to both start the day and play in the morning. Back to the apartment for a quick shower and change then headed off to the village of Minerve, which was known as the capital of the Minervois region. A drive through yet some more ...


      A travel blog entry by kstubbs97 on Sep 12, 2013

      42 photos

      ... itself, and another just inside the Narbonne Gate, up a set of stairs on the left. Tickets cost 8.5 euros. The viewsd are panoramic and I imagine that anyone defending Carcassonne (at least until the arrival of artillery) would have felt pretty much invulnerable.

      It's terrible to contemplate that this place came within a whisker of being demolished in the 1800's. The 1st level of the chateau is a large courtyard surrounded by the castle's buildings. The 2nd level is ...