Sep 19, 2008

At home in Languedoc

In the early 1990s, I made a reservation at an auberge in Languedoc for a summer holiday. I don't know if it was the sunshine or the blue skies or the sweet smell of roses and other flowers, but I fell in love with the entire region.
A few years later, I managed to find a place to live in a charming 1000-year old village that is on the wide plain between the Pyrenees and the Black Mountains. The village is set amongst rolling hills and carefully-tended vineyards and provides a perfect home base for antique-hunting and sight-seeing.

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