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Tour Magne

Tour Magne, the only remaining Roman guard tower of the city of Nîmes, Languedoc, France – December 2010



If you’re lacking holiday inspiration (or just booked some vaguely cheap flights without thinking about accommodation), then why not let your destination be dictated by the movements of an octogenarian… 703 more words

24 hours in Carcassonne

One day, while on Ryanair searching for cheap flights to France, I stumbled upon a rather unfamiliar city, Carcassonne. I decided to do a Google Image search on it–like I always do when I have no idea what somewhere looks like. 911 more words

Exploring the Languedoc with Domaine Magellan (#Winophiles)

This Saturday I get to indulge in a few of my favorite things: the Vuelta a España (Tour of Spain) cycling race begins, which takes me – strangely enough – to Southern France for the first two days; and the Winophiles blogging group meets to discuss affordable French wines. 1,754 more words


Pick a Word in August - Y2

Nubilous, nebulous, whatever…. in the Languedoc, I was hunting for a monastery on a hill. In the fog, I never found what I was looking for – or did I? 35 more words


The Walled Cities, Carcassonne and Villefranche De Conflent

Carcassonne is one of France’s most famous walled cities. Its image is used frequently so when visiting the Languedoc region of France, Carcassonne seemed to be the perfect place to stay. 753 more words

Another Brick In The Wall - Part 1

WineMason is an Irish wine importer run by husband and wife team Ben Mason and Barbara Boyle MW.  They specialise in wines from Germany, Portugal and Austria, but their expanding portfolio now encompasses France, South Africa, Spain and Italy. 362 more words

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