Lou Castelet

Place de la République, Fabrezan, Languedoc-Roussillon, 11200, France | Inn
 

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Ancestors

A travel blog entry by annieandgary123

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... still open to the public, sheltering paintings and traces of modern humans (the CroMagnon) dating back 14,000 years. In the Salon Noir there are highly detailed paintings of bison, horses, ibex and deer.

We were happy to see that they offered a 1 1/2 hour guided tour in English. It was accurately advertised as not for the faint of heart. Our tour guide handed out individual flashlights for us to carry, and she inspected our feet to ensure that we all had ...

Canal du Midi - day 6

A travel blog entry by bobherbert

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... and fed we decided to make our way to approximately 15kms from Capastang and moored on a bank in a village called Argeliers. Quite a pretty town but we seem to have been inundated with flys! My god they are everywhere! Not sure why?? Is it the 32 degrees? Have the farmers sprayed manure? Not really sure, but i will be looking forward to leaving them as they are very annoying! Leslie an I went ...

The last day of a wonderful trip

A travel blog entry by marychaffin

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... founded by the Michelin Tire guy..he wanted people to drive so they would buy tires and his solution was to produce guide books. They started out as places to drive to but then they added points of interest, hotels and then restaurants. Then he added the star rating...expecting people to go further for really good food. This year there are 28 3 star restaurants in France. We are lucky enough to eat at one. And 3 stars is the highest rating for a restaurant. We ...

The first few weeks in France

A travel blog entry by annieandgary123

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... and so were killed. Annie and I have both long been interested in better understanding how it is possible for us humans to treat each other so often in such inhumane fashion. To be present with this history sheds a helpful light on the trauma that characterizes so much of European history. As the wonderful Native American activist John Trudell puts it, after almost three hundred years of living with such trauma in Europe, it is no ...

Day 41 More rain drops

A travel blog entry by lindeelee

... much time so it was really just a quick zip around. I then explored what appeared to be the main drag, found a Bolongerie so stopped and grabbed a couple of croissants. It was pouring rain so figured I'd venture back to Azille and have a little drive around there. Driving back, going quite slow on a very narrow road and was thinking that little car in front of me too was going slow and all over the. But alas not, it was me on the ...

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