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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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All slept in this morning and then headed down for late breakfast. It was quite a surprise to see this elaborate table set up for us underneath the chandelier. Baguettes, croissants and petite pain au chocolat were all enjoyed. Kids then spent some time playing with the grandson of the hotel owners (who was 13months old and enjoying the spectacle of our crazy 3) while Vance packed up the car. We wandered down to the UNESCO ...
... with their son Ben who is now almost 20. One night at the transport cafe, a meal by the canal in villasavary, and a boules competition not won by the coopers. We also went to the Chinese buffet in carcassonne. Saturday was grey and cloudy, but reasonable weather in which to travel. We are returning to the campsite at Cesseras, up in the Minervois mountains. It's a fraught last 15 km. Olonzac is a narrow ...
... and noisier as it reached its climax. It's a different philosophy to the UK. Here, it's free, and designed so that everyone can see it, so nothing on the ground. And the French are truly appreciative - there are no 'oohs and aahs', they applaud generously. Obviously, getting out of the city was pretty tedious, but not as horrendous as we anticipated. And back to Earth the following day. Shopping, dinner with S&S, and swimming, sitting in the sun - all the elements ...
... packs for an hour or so looking for cheap hotels and hostels. Walking with all of your packs is a recipe for relationship disharmony so I was glad when we arrived at a decrepit looking hotel which cheap enough for us to stop and lighten out load. We walked through the streets of the city which had an amazing atmosphere, stopping to watch an open air dance class for half an hour or so. The next day was spent exploring the city. I can now tell you that Montpellier was home to ...
... granddaddy of all its progeny. Your run-of-the-mill fortress/defensive castle has six or so defensive lookout towers with adjoining inner and outer walls. One of the big boys in fortresses has a dozen or so towers. Carcassonne has 35.
What makes the area around Carcassone such a Legoland of stone-walled and -towered enclosures is the geography of the place mated with its history.
The geography is this: The Pyrenees Mountain range: It rises high and slices ...