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Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Sainte - M d' Alet abbey and cathedral - Pays La Haute-Vallee de l'AUDE, France


Probably of Carolingian origin, the abbey of Notre-Dame d'Alet was once a Benedicitine monastery. An important pilgrimage developed here in the 11 C around a fragment of the True Cross. During this period, the Popes. After a difficult period during the 12 C and 13 C - when some of the monks were even accused of heresy-the abbey experienced a growth in status when Pope John XX11 created a new bishopric in the Upper Aude Valley and established the new cathedral at Alet.  During the 16 C, Alet was marked by the Wars of Religion:  the cathedral and the old abbey were sacked in 1573.  The abbey's beautiful ochre sandstone ruins read like an art history  book, with their attractive combination of Romasque and Gothic architectural features.


The Gothic church of Saint-Martin has retained its Romanesque layout, with one nave and two side aisles.
Situated near Limoux, the church of Notre-Dame de Marceille, has many of the typical features of the 14 C
Languedoc Gothic style.

Abbaye d'Alet
11580 Alet les Bains

Tourist office
Avenue Nicolas  Pavillon
11580 Alet les Bains

Tel:   00 33 4 68 69 93 56
Fax:  00 33 4 68 69 98 29

Email:   info.aletlesbains@free.fr - info.aletlesbains.free.fr
           



Hotel Tenuta Cocevola - Andria, Italy


Hotel Tenuta Cocevola * * * *
Ss170  Km9 + 900 / C da Cocevola
Andria

Tel:   0883 569704
Fax:  0883 569706

Email:   info@tenutacocevola.com
Web:    www.tenutacocevola.com

B&B La Nuit - Bari, Italy


B&B La Nuit
Strada da Ponte, 27/8
Bari - Palese

Cell:   345 7632349

Email:   bblanuit@libero.it
Web:    www.bblanuit.it

B&B La Muraglia - Bari, Italy


B&B La Muraglia
Strada Annunziata, 2
Bari

Cell:  349 817503

Web:   www.lamuraglia-bed.it


Wicklow towns and villages - Co Wicklow, Ireland


Annamoe -  is a small picturesque village in County Wicklow that is  well known for its fishery.  The small                        stone humpback bridge is a  popular place for tourists to stop and view the beautiful County                          Wicklow scenery.

Arklow - town is an excellent base to explore the Vale of Avoca and the Wicklow Mountains.  The glorious
               sandy beaches of Brittas bay and Clogga are well worth a visit.  There are many activities you can
               participate in when you visit Arklow such as angling, golfing and swimming.

Ashford - is a scenic village and home to the famous Mount Usher Gardens, which boast a famous collection
                of plants gathered from all corners of the world. Devils Glen Woodland and Waterfall is located
                4 km west of Ashford on the road to Glenalough via Nuns Cross.  The waterfall and pool at the
                head of the glen is called the devils Punchbowl.

Aughrim - is famous for its granite and is often referred to as the granite village due to the large amount of
                buildings constructed using local granite . Liverpool Cathedral was also built using this stone. In
                Aughrim there is a commemorative memorial to honour the memory of those involved in the 1798
                rebellion.

Avoca - "There is not in the wide world a valley so sweet as that vale in whose bosom the bright waters                        meet"  So sang Thomas Moore in 1807.  The Vale of Avoca, already popular in his time, took  on
               immortality.  The popular series "Ballykissangel" was filmed here.

Baltinglass - is a place oozing in heritage.  Bronze Age burial chambers (5,000 years old) have been                                excavated on the Pinnackle, a 383 metre hill.  The Abbey, founded by the King of Leinster
                   Dermont Mc Murroughin 1148, was built for the Cistercian order of monks, however only ruins
                   remain today.

Blessington - village is on edge of the Wicklow Mountains and has the biggest manmade lake in Ireland and
                    offers fantastic leisure activities and a beautiful lake drive (35 KM) Close by is Russborough,
                    one of the most beautiful of all the great 18th century houses of Ireland.

Bray - is a quintessential 19th century town with a promenade and an exhilarating cliff walk and the
           magnificent Bray Head.

Brittas Bay - has a 5 km stretch of beautiful white sand dunes and clean beaches and has won and
                    maintained the blue flag for many years now.  It is ideal for bathing, sailing and walking.

Donard - is an enchanting village at the northern end of the Glen of Imaal.  The Dwyer McAllister Cottage,
               which is a few kilometres southeast of the town, is worth a visit to anyone interested in Irish
               history.

Glendalough - and its monastic site has been one of the most  sacred Christian places in Ireland for
                     over a thousand years. today it still retains its haunting beauty with two silent lakes
                     between steep mountains.  Ancient monastic ruins and round tower, rare and
                     beautiful oak forest, exciting cliffs for rock-climbers and mining relics provide endless
                     interest.

Kilcoole - just south of Greystones was famous for being the film location of TV series 'Glenroe' can
              visit Gelnroe Pet Farm.  The shingle beach in Kilcoole is a paradise for birdwatchers.  This nature
              reserve runs all the way to Wicklow town where it leads to the Broadlough

Rathdrum - town, situated high on the western side of the beautiful Avonmore valley, offers majestic views of
                  Avonmore River, which flows through the Vale of Clara.  the town has been the location of films                     like " Michael Collins", "A Love Divided" and " Durango" Avondale House and Forest Park is
                  set on 500 acres.  It was the birthplace of Charles Stewart Parnell, one of the greatest    
                  political leaders of modern Irish History.

Roundwood - claims to be the highest in Ireland, and has a lovely setting on the edge of the Wicklow
                       mountains.

Shillelagh - is a 17th century planned estate village, with attractive terrace stone houses and a handsome
                 courthouse with a clock tower.  Tomnafinnoge Oak Forest, standing just off the Tinahely road, is                    one of the largest standing oak forests in the country.  The Irish shillelagh originates from this
                 village.

Wicklow - town is built on the side of a great promontory overlooking the sea; Wicklow enjoys one of the
                 most attractive settings of any Irish town.  A centre for fishing, sailing and walking, it has easy
                 access to many of the wonders of the surrounding county including Wicklow Gaol, Wicklow
                 Head and the ruins of Black Castle.

For more information visit   www.discoverireland.ie



                     
                                                       








       


Blomsterhuset B&B - Nynashamn, Sweden


Boomsterhuset B&B is situated in a lush garden on Trehorningen just 100 metres from the sea.


Nynashamn Tourist Information Office
Fiskargrand 5 in the Fishing Harbour
Nynashamn

Tel:   +46 (0)8 520 737 00

Email:   info@nynashamnn.se
Web:    www.visitnynashamn.se
 


L' Atelier des Saveurs - Carcassonne, France


Organizes Baptism, Holy Communion, Cocktails, Buffets and Finger Foods.

Jean - Francois MUNOS  - Caterer

L'Atelier Des Saveurs
Rue Nicolas Copernic
Z1 l'Estagnol
Carcassonne

Tel:   06 26 15 36 71
        04 30 34 59 21

Email:   information@traiteur-munnos.com
Web:    www.traiteur-munos.com



Edison - Days Inn - New Jersey, USA


Edison - Days Inn
Central NJ / Ex 9 NJ Turnpike
610 US Rte 1 North
Edison  NJ 08817

Tel:   (732) 985 2666

Web:   www.daysinn.com

Vineland - Days Inn - New Jersey, USA


Vineland - Days Inn
Center City Vineland
1001 West Lands Avenue
Vineland  NJ 08360

Tel:  (856) 696 5000

Web:   www.daysinn.com

East Windsor - Days Inn - New Jersey, USA


East Windsor - Days Inn
Hightstown / Exit 8 NJ Turnpike
460 Route 33
East Windsor  NJ 08520

Tel:   (609) 448 3200

Web:   www.daysinn.com

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