Travel Blogs from Albi
... aire in Castelnau Montratier. My fault! I was too ambitious when we did not need to be. Never mind, we found a flat parking space, opened a bottle of red and hunkered down with some pasta and patisserie from the biggest Leclerc I have ever seen. We stopped at the Porte d'Albi on our way to pick up a few essentials - wine! The aire was excellent, just by some windmills - couldn't be a better ...
... stylo et crayons
- DSLR / appareil photo reflexe
- zoom lens / télé-objectif
- cell phone / téléphone mobile
- plug adaptors / adaptateur de prise
Having a dad who is a doctor is good and bad. I am a bit like a wandering hospital. I can have headaches, asthma crisis, sore throat, stomach bugs (I know I will get food poisonning at ...
... br> Then: remove each section one by one by melting the clue and cutting the strings.
DONE! My revamped China guide is now only 400g and 100% useful :) On the plus side, on a day to day basis, I will be abble to take along with me only the few relevant pages and not the all book. They should think of a way to make pull-out chapter as the do pull-out ...
Having requested breakfast in the Renaissance room, our hosts graced us with a lit fire, linen on the massive table and all the bits and pieces. I cannot describe how being in this place, doing things like this, feels. It is not mundane. The two of us in such a place talking and preparing for our day. After breakfast Jennifer gave us a tour of the entire place, up stairs and down. The room of the crying dove at the top of the tower, the ...
... century windmill got BIG views. We spent some hours exploring and came to rest in a narrow 'park' ringing two sides of the hill near the top, on a seat, taking in the view, tired again and a little awed by the beauty in the vista.
Last night's ghost story agitation passed, though the lyrical nature of the 'crying dove' story about the tower is present. (An early Viscount Lautrec wanted to cement relations with the Viscount ...