Travel Blogs from Castres
... des bonnes choses la! je regarde les photos quon a prit, hiiiii my god, cest pas toute beau! hahaha mais cest tellement drole!!!
bon aujourdhui, on va visiter les chateaux de Catar. des vieux chateau en ruine, qui sont pas tres loin dici! oh petit malaise de felix dans l auto, yen a meme la main qui bouge plus lol, ca va pas ben, ca finit par passer lol, on a bien rit de lui :P sans rancune;
on monte la mega montagne, jaurais aimer ...
... yellow stone bridge and buildings with cafes and a bookshop stocking titles in several languages. Signed “deviations” led us off the towpath to avoid tree-pruning work, and then there was a long lockless stretch to our second night’s stop, Capestang, a small town below the level of the canal, with a very large and prominent church, little squares and narrow streets lined by three storeyed buildings with shuttered windows.
Our third day, ...
... Albigensian. We spent a fascinating couple of hours following Toulouse-Lautrec's career and life and admiring his work.
Another museum devoted to a noted Albigensian was that of La Perouse, the French explorer who arrived in Botany Bay a few days after Captain Phillip in 1788. He sailed extensively in four major sea voyages, around the Pacific, the North Atlantic, around Japan and eventually disappearing near the island of Vonoko near ...
This is such an admirable thing...
The fun part (before lunch!) is to explore the castle. This is an absolute must! A bit pricey to get in, but once you are on your way walking through the stone passages and winding staircases, the tour is so unbelievable, it's all worth it! There are small tunnels, windows, carvings and tools to check out. Don't forget to meander into the video room, and take ...
... it was magical.We were conned by the vast numbers of chocolatier shops selling their own hand made and crafted chocolates. They looked fabulous. So I spent some time selecting my "chocolate of choice" to find that I'd paid $20 for what some may describe as cooking chocolate. We are still making our way through it a week later. During the visit we saw people walking along the city walls and spent a long time working out how to get there. Of course there was a ...
Other places to stay in Castres
201 avenue Charles de Gaulle, Castres | 3 star hotelfrom $96
11 Rue Henri le Chatellier, Castres | Hotelfrom $71
5 rue Victor Hugo, Castres | 3 star hotelfrom $65
17 rue Victor-Hugo, Castres | 3 star hotelfrom $87
10 Quai Tourcaudiere, Castres | Hotelfrom $61