Le Roc Sur L'Orbieu
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Today we headed to Carcassonne to visit the Cite De Carcassonne, a fortified city. It took us nearly an hour to find the place and it was so frustrating because we could see it but couldn't get close, there were road closures and changes so poor Ken was totally confused. Anyhow we made it eventually and I have NEVER seen anything like it. This fortified City comprises of the Chateau Comtal, Basilique St. Nazaire and Theatre J. Deschamps. It is the most amazing fairytale castle. There are ...
... As we went through the 'gap; at the beginning of the Pyrenees at La Jonquera and over the viaducts, the wind hit us from the side with terrific strength and the sudden gusts were really scary. There was very little traffic in either direction. At the French Peage they were ...
... picking out our favourite painting or other item of interest and trying to interpret their meaning. Pleasantly this museum was free to enter and with the art work on display we would have been happy to pay an entrance fee but the museum is run by volunteers for the local art club and they want everyone to be able to enjoy their collection without cost.
Our accommodation tonight is located beside the Medieval City, it was a large apartment with the added bonus of ...
... the situation. Finally arrived at hotel Corona Opera where we will freshen up before venturing around the corner to a recommended Italian restaurant for dinner. Dinner was at L'Osteria dal Gobo which was an entertaining event as food was just delivered to the table for tastings before main pasta delivered & the 78 year old owner even sang to his guests! Food was ...
... out for an orientation walk. Caunes-Minervois is a lovely little town with a population of just over 500 people. I walked through the old narrow streets enjoying the sunshine and soft breeze until I stumbled on Caunes Abbey. It was open so I bought a ticket for five euros and had a look around. The girl behind the desk was very helpful and convinced me to buy a "passport" that gives you discounts on the entry price to a lot of sites in Languedoc, including 1.5 euro off ...