Adonis La Barbacane
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Well we are back in France. Yesterday was our last day in Barcelona. We have visited Camp Nou (the stadium of FC Barcelona). We did the whole nine yards; Stadium, Museum and 3D show. It took us quite a while to do it all. When we arrived the players just finished their morning training so we got to get a look at them too (bonus!!). We got there by …
Lazy Saturday for the de Wolf Family. We decided last night that we would stay an extra night in Carcassonne, which means we have time enough to explore the area. We were quite tired of the hectic cities we've visited the last 2 weeks so it is great to be in a small town. In summer 3 million visitors come to this place, unbelievable. You can tell …
After the appalling weather when we arrived in Andorra yesterday we were surprised to open the curtains to a beautiful blue sky this morning. We headed down to breakfast, which turned out to be a rather unpleasant experience when we tucked into our cereal to taste rancid milk. The dining room staff saw our reactions and were quick to rectify the …
Today was set aside to explore the city of Carcassonne. We were all raring to go, but weren't really prepared for the heat that hit us when we left our air-conditioned apartment.
We headed straight through the city gate and found our way to the ticket office to gain entry to the fortress. In most tourist sites, particularly in …
We arrived at Carcassonne and encountered the bus system. It's always a challenge to work out how to get from your transport ( airport, station) to the hotel. We consulted the map on the back of the bus shelter and Ashley seemed have a pretty good handle on it. I insisted on asking a local.....the guy in the travel agency. Found he had almost no …
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center