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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Who didn't like this? Correct- The Pope, who raised an army to go into the area, lay siege to all the Cathar castles and towns, kill as many Cathars as possible, and wipe them off the map. He succeeded. Today all that is left of their culture are ruined mountain top castles.
We spent one day traveling to the beautiful Mediterranean town of Collioure, about 10 miles from the Spanish border. Just ...
... so we followed the trend and ordered the 'set menu', which was of course too much food and as the price was low, very ordinary too. Our destination was Rocamadour, where we had visited during our first trip to France. The best way to describe it is that most of it's buildings are built on the side of a cliff. For hundreds of years the town had been a centre for Christian pilgrims, specifically to see the Black Madonna in the Chapelle Notre Dame. ...
... la France. The other gambler stood up as the bouncer approached, and the two began the kissing ritual that the French do – one cheek, then the other. Seeing this tough dude kissing another man on both cheeks made him lose his tough exterior in record time.
We needed to find a way to thank all of our friends for their hospitality before we left, so we invited 15 adults and 2 children to our place for before-dinner drinks and snacks ...
It was a little tense getting back to Nimes to turn the car in. I had a trip plan printed out but it was foiled by construction. We stayed on the main road until we crossed over the train tracks - then we knew we had gone too far so we turned around and followed the tracks to the station. Once there we didn't see any rental car return signs so we circumnavigated the station - not an easy task with one way streets ...
... We entered the old city through the back door, climbing the hill from the riverside and coming through the curtain wall to Place St Jean, a relatively quiet square with restaurants and a view over the dry moat and inner battlements. There we lunched in a shady restaurant to the accompaniment of howls and screams from the nearby Gallery of Medieval Torture and Inquisition. About a hundred metres further, around the corner and downhill lay the old town, full of souvenir ...