Week for Carcassonne images that Was in a Writer’s Images
Carcassonne images for weekly post of May 21st to May 25th by Author Scot Fin.
Carcassonne image, May 21st
Some months ago there were terrible events in and around Carcassonne and I did an Instragram week because I wanted to show the city as wonderful as it really is. Here, at last, is a blog with those Instagram posts. It has been a few years since we visited and I don’t know if my overview image from the old medieval city does it justice but it is worth a visit.
Carcassonne image, May 22nd
Looking back towards Cité de Carcassonne, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, during a leisurely stroll along the Aude before taking a seat on this bench where, it looks to me, like many Romans had also relaxed many centuries ago.
Carcassonne image, May 23rd
Loved the wall here in the old city so had to take a picture. And then, unbeknownst to me, really, turns out there was a wine bar also in the image. What a coincidence for wine Wednesday. Of course I had no involvement with this wine bar, really didn’t even notice it, just entranced by the stone wall … nothing at all to do with wine, wine never even entered my mind … or is this starting to sound like a case of he who “doth protest too much, methinks.”
Carcassonne image, May 24th
A nice little diversion of L’Aude near the walking bridge, Pont Vieux, essentially between old city and centre ville, where you might want to do a little shopping if you’re so inclined.
Carcassonne image, May 25th
Lots to do in this interesting French city and, therefore, yesterday I was starting to be drawn away from the medieval citadel going towards centre ville. The old city is, however, the main attraction so I decided to end the week with a view of the outside walls centred by one of the impressive towers.
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Astral Projection Novel: Ralph and the Girl From Mayfair Towers
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