Le Clos Saint Hillaire
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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 & ...
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 ...
... update: Oh, Monday is not a workday in France, at least not in the Aude. Even food foraging is problematical. No progress with Trumpy that is still stranded 5 miles down the road, hope is still there. Glad bought ABUS U-Bolt and Krypton cable-lock for attaching to immovable object. Mechanics do lurk on Tuesday; worst case there is Triumph dealer in Toulouse 60 miles NW. We await Tuesday developments. June 19th: this morning ready at last to push off towards the border and Costa ...
... was perfect for David's birthday and our room was exquisite with amazing views. We settled into our room and headed out to explore the city. It was quite crowded and we tried to get around everyone. Soon we needed to move outside the walls and eventually return to our hotel. We had dinner at a nice restaurant close to our ...
... we went to
what we thought would be the charming seaside village of Banyuls. Banyuls
may have been charming once but nowadays the little fisherman’s seaside
cottages have been replaced by some concrete monstrosities. We had a
quick look around but decided to catch the first bus available out of town to
our next destination of Paulilles which was the site of a dynamite factory
founded by Alfred Nobel. Paulilles was more interesting ...