Carcassonne July 19th 2016 We arrived by train into Carcassonne and were collected by our most gracious and welcoming Airbnb host- Jocelynne. It was good to be welcomed so warmly to such a beautiful old medieval city. Our apartment was but a few minutes stroll from the walled city and as the floodlights were starting to glow on the castle walls, our first sight impressed us greatly.
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Europe » France » Languedoc-Roussillon » Carcassonne Although ultimately a victor in World Wars I and II, France suffered extensive losses in its empire, wealth, manpower, and rank as a dominant nation-state. Nevertheless, France today is one of the most modern countries in the world and is a leader am... ... read more
We are recently retired baby boomers and one of us is an avid (some might say obsessive) photographer, and the other of us is interested in visiting historical and geographical locations around the world. This blog is a way to record the sights, experiences and personal perspectives of our travels hence the name "thebullseye". Visiting family and friends and exploring new parts of the world are some of the 'planned' aspects of the journey - the rest is still a mystery.
Let the journey of the Travelling Bulls commence. ... full info