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Since departing Meursault we have now been on the road for two weeks in the south of France. Our first stop was a small town in the Languedoc area called Lagrasse. There we rented a gite for a week. After our arrival, we drove to the nearest large town, Narbonne, and picked up our friend, Randy Olson, who joined us for the week.
We spent some busy days hiking, seeing ancient abbeys, climbing ...
... the Toulouse Lautrec museum which has numerous paintings and posters from the whole of the life of TL, some when he was as young as 11 years, and some in the year of his death. --------- We had another fabulous dinner in L'Epicurian before heading back to the B&B for a couple of quiet red wines. We head off tomorrow for Issigeac via numerous small towns which have great reviews for their beauty. Off to sleep now to recover from today's ...
... there were shops, restaurants and a tourism office, and one historic site - l'Hospitat, well some crumbled ruins, where pilgrims would come to rest and receive treatment, and the tiny, very old church. There is a combination of paths and steps, and now some parts have a lift, to connect the cite with the plateau. At the very top there is the 14th century chateau, where for a small fee I walked along the ramparts for some more amazing views down the ...
... we visit the castle which gives a good history on the restoration via a self-guided English audio guide. After a final look at the town we head for the bridge across the river for more views of the whole city.
We need a few groceries and walk to where we think the convenience store is but it’s not there. We cross the bridge and go the other way – no luck. The local ...
Today we chose to return to Narbonne to visit the Saint-Just-et-Saint -Pasteur Cathedral. Narbonne,was the first Roman City in Gaul and it still preserves many vestiges of its past. We manoeuvred our way through the town and parked in one of the new car parks underneath the banks of the Canal Robine. We headed to the Market Hall in the heart of Narbonne.This is an old market hall in Baltard style,the haunt of hungry strollers, budding chefs and gourmets ...