TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Riviere Castres
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... was almost frantic to get at that part of the van and I had an audience including a couple from Holland, two from Teesside and the French site owners all wondering what was going on. Treacle then managed to get her tongue into the small hole and it came out with a yellow feather on it, so there was a bird in there. When I opened the bonnet, right at the base of the engine cavity I could see a little yellow and black corpse and rather a lot of flies. I and ...
... we drove a few more hours to the Carcassonne walled city which was amazing. There was heaps of shops and restaurants and it was a super hot beautiful day!! We then checked into our hotel which was in a lovely old building with a huge grand staircase. We just had a quite night in watching the soccer in our ...
... a beautiful 19th century hotel. We headed straight out to explore, firstly coming across the best food and kitchenware place imaginable. Apart from a mouth-watering array of cheese - we bought a Pyrenees sheep one mmmmm = they also boasted a famous armanac selection with dates from 1951. We were almost tempted by the 1988 Krug at 188E.
The piece de resistance was the huge fortified old city perched on the hill over the ...
... imagined what it would be like! Clive is all about Le Table, the market and all its produce floats his boat and we enjoyed struggling to buy our produce with humour. Not a stitch of English was spoken but we got by! We left shortly after noon for another destination en route to Millau and The Gorges of Tarn. A destination which Kate my learned French speaking bike Pal and very besties of friends has recommended and supplied us with detailed maps to enjoy. Can't ...
... to the feel. After walking about the inner and outer walls we went to the dry moat where all sorts of medieval stuff was displayed and people were showing the how to of many arts, including making chain mail.
I held a number of swords of different types, some weighing five kilograms, better ones two, bows, axes, flails, mace, helmets, all stuff from my reading now kinetically real in my hands. (Jan: Barry was in heaven. It's not only Zef ...
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