Dayle in Limoux – Day #78September 21, 2022
Always. Now. Especially. Register.
Thank you, Valerie Kaur.
“All our votes together? A R e v o l u t i o n.”
There’s my girl (!) back in Limoux doing her virtual work and exploring Languedoc with her maman. ღ
The bridge into Limoux with her guy.
Lunch in Alet-les-Bains!
Michael and Annie in Alet-les-Bains at L’Eviche for lunch under the trees and the abbey.
Waiting for the bus. Always. :)
A peek at the bridge and some random ancient stairs, most likely to connect to an old rampart. So want to know their story…
Found another old barn in Alet.
And another great find in Limoux. An old church from about 780 C.E. Beautiful.
I miss you William Henry.
Dayle in Limoux – Day #48August 22, 2022
Leaving the lights of Limoux for the village of Alet-les-Bains. J’adore. The history, the energy, the healing water, and St-Salvayre. Hiking there this week, about 5 km away from the village. Last there in 2019, ‘before times.’
How will it feel this time? So much more knowledge since my last visit. Part of the sacred geometry, and the Roman road between Alet-les-Bains and Narbonne. Mary Magdalene traversed these roads in France.
Les Marguerites, where I’m staying while in Let-les-Bains. Tellement jolie. I’ll take lots more pictures of the village tomorrow.
Isn’t this a great symbol? Still used today by protestants in France.
The Huguenots were a protestant sect who numbered about 2 (m) in France circa 600 years ago. They burnt the Abbey here at one point because, you know, Catholics. Seriously, we should have stayed with Pagan worship…the sun…the stars…the earth. We’d be in a waaaaaaay different place now.
The best flag in Alet-les-Bains. 💛
Andandand…guess who lived here at one time for awhile?
Oui! Nostradamus! I’ll be at the Faire la fete on Sept. 10th. :)
And, a sweet message from the bed-side drawer in my lovely little room.
´*.¸.• ❥❥ Bonne nuit. .¸.