We drove through the middle of Les Cars, looking the wrong way and only on our second pass, spotted the castle. It was big enough and late enough to sport a great number of chimneys. Since glass in the 'wind-eyes' was not considered a necessity, one cannot imagine the fire raised the air temperature.
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My travels through contemporary France in search of Richard the Lionheart and relics of his 12th century kingdom.
Paris, Rouen then the Duchy of Aquitaine, seeking useful detail and atmosphere for the second novel in the Lionheart Chronicles.