Mercure Carcassonne La Cite Hotel
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Red House Melton Mowbray
Fine little hotel just across the parking lot from the walled city of Carcassonne. Comfortable rooms (except the AC wasn't working) and good food.
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... Meanwhile we have at least organised the fridge mechanic to mend our fridge/freezer on Thursday, we hope. What an afternoon, all this took 2 hours to do nothing!! and we feel exhausted. Luckily we had chosen to stay in Narbonne about 10min drive for 2 nights and the aire is only 15 min walk into town, which we did and it looks very nice, so we will explore ...
... for sale every where. They were for All Saints Day 1st Nov, it seems they are bought to put on the family graves making the cemeteries look very pretty. After walking back to the van for a sit down and a cuppa we decided it was still such a lovely evening we'd have a sunset walk. So we went the other side of the lagoon and the sunset didn't disappoint. Only Tess was not happy, she liked the boardwalk as much as a ...
... cyclist Tommy Simpson suffered a fatal heart attack here in 1967 in the Tour de France – a sobering memorial for the hundreds of cyclists on the mountain.
Since we were so far south in France, we took a side trip to the old medieval town of Carcassonne. It is a World Heritage Site after all, so we thought we should take the opportunity to see it. After arrival, we picked up an essential baguette, tomatoes, sausage, cheese, and local wine for a picnic. It was quite a steamy sunny day, but we perched ourselves on the Rue du Pont Vieux overlooking the river Aude and the fortified hilltop town ...
... we got our pure drinking water from the springs.
Jai assisted me in cooking an evening meal by candle light, baked beans and my creation of boiled chips which the children had named blips.
Then Mishi and I enjoyed another evening stroll around the village. The evenings was when I felt most the vibrancy of the place.
The only people we spied while strolling were stoneheads having night time wallows in the thermal pool bath.