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TravelPod Member ReviewsMillett Guesthouse Carcassonne
This is a lovely quaint French guest house. Very central to everything and very quiet. A lovely little court yard to sit and chillax in
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Woke early and caught a taxi to the train station. My train left Paris at 9.42 am and I arrived in Carcassonne at 5.15 pm. How come that tired me out?
Found where I was booked into (about a 5 min walk from the station) then went out, got some dinner.
I was back in my room by 8 pm and well asleep by 9.
Didn't wake up until 7.30 am!!! Not like me at all....bliss
... a detour in the Pyrenees to go over one of the most famous mountain passes that is used by the Tour de France- the Col de Tourmalet. Topping out a whopping 2115 meters (That is 6938 feet!) we were well above the tree line for quite a while. What had been a warm day down below was bordering on cold with a wind-chill. Still, it was a fun climb as we passed the bikers going up and some strange wildlife. I ...
... with the 'good people' lining up for heaven, but the 'bad' are shown in seven paintings of the deadly sins (greed, gluttony, sloth, envy etc) and it is enough to make you ill. People are being boiled alive in vats of oil, or dragged around wheels, or attacked by devils. Not nice at all! We walked around the La Perouse museum, which is in Botany Bay Square, and provides an excellent history of La Perouse's expeditions around the world. Then we ...
... now lined with restaurants, and shops filled with souvenirs, others with tempting chocolates, nougat and local wines. We then walked down, across the river into the 'city centre'. Not sure whether it was because most shops were closed but the place didn't seem to have much 'heart', unlike other cities we have visited which have busy squares and shops. We had dinnner at the restaurant Adelaide, in the citadel. It was such good value for an ...
... green. (Nineteenth-century drinkers of absinthe used to refer to the green fairy that would appear once they had drunk enough.) Once the sugar burned out, we were able to try the drink. It tastes a lot like the pastis from yesterday (i.e., like licorice) but much nicer. Possibly because it's 55% alcohol!
I also bought a Kinder egg today (Hi, Yvonne!) and I haven't opened it yet. Let's see what I got inside. It's a ... sheep with a pinwheel! You've gotta love those fun-loving ...