L'Ecluse Au Soleil

Address: Sougraigne, Languedoc-Roussillon, 11190, France | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Sougraigne

    Carcasonne to Montreal.

    A travel blog entry by nmasters on Sep 10, 2015

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    ... one. The town museum was mind boggling with so many artefacts. But wait! They have BBC TV and so we retired to the lounge for some longed-for English TV and all promptly fell asleep. Later we went exploring and found Fources, a medieval round defendable town in beautiful condition. Then to another village for crispy pizza and local Rose wine. All fine but no internet to speak of, hence the delay in sending these ...

    The Pyrennean Aussies

    A travel blog entry by cndashton on Sep 08, 2015

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    ... descending from the Pyrenees to join us. This is akin to the Norman Conquest. We are being invaded! At dinner we remain separated as groups, though I note that Kathleen and David have reached out immediately and joined the newbies. Americans are just so welcoming.

    Vicky redeems the cap situation by awarding it to both Don and Harold for being the oldest and most respected members of our group. Phew.


    Crusading around the Languedoc

    A travel blog entry by megflannery on Sep 23, 2013

    84 photos

    ... minute. The Johnnies beat the Tommies for the first time in my college career and in four years! I posted a status on Facebook: "CONGRATS JOHNNIES!!! Way to take down the Tommies! Love, a Bennie in Carcassonne, France". Since the game was at UST, one of my Bennie friends back home said that I heard about this amazing victory before she did! Despite our distance, I was glad we could cheer for the Johnnies for this celebrated game! It many ways, it was so much better than being back at ...

    Fabulous castle

    A travel blog entry by stef5353 on Apr 22, 2013

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... centre of education as a Royal Military School from 1776. It's role as such only ended in 1991. The town also has a few medieval buildings on display. We also came across the large tower of the Saint-Martin church. That is all that remains of the 15 century church, the rest was destroyed during the Wars of Religion in 1573. Next stop is called Revel. It's known for it's 600 years plus market hall. The ...

    Spontaneous Decision

    A travel blog entry by susiewoo on Dec 17, 2011

    ... Anna would be our guide. She doesn't actually stay in a cave as do most of the hippies; she camps further back from the beach in the shrubland of the baranco. La Gomera is one of her favourite destinations and she has been travelling there for many years.