|between the inner and outer walls|
|There are 54 of these towers. We went to every one.|
|people dressed up playing knights|
|walls were thick|
|timber framed building|
It was a fun, long walk. Then we went to the Cathedral. Scenes along the street before we got there.
|Thought this would be a good sign for Starmont|
The castle and the cathedral is also inside the city walls. It is very old, typical gothic construction with a center aisle and 2 transepts.
|center aisle looks built like a loaf of bread|
|13th century stained glass|
|sorry this is bad, but no flash, and it was so beautiful|
|side aisles that look like smaller loaves of bread|
|tree of Jesse|
|Interior ribbing, which means about 14 century|
Jerry has now been in so many Catholic Basilicas that he has converted, which I know will make the Louks happy. However, while in the church, his beloved cell phone fell out of his pocket and it is LOST. He is heartbroken. No more Facebook posts. No more Words with Friends. Poor Jerry.
|Ok, Boys, here is your sword fix. About every 5 feet there is a store that sells swords, helmets, and maces|
|Above ground cemetery|
|Look at all those plus signs|
|More punishment that should be reinstated|
|Front of our hotel|
|5 PM parade of characters dressed up|
It was a fun day, if you ignore the cell phone loss, and we are pooped. Tomorrow we leave here about noon and train to Bordeaux, France where we will stay a week. We have really enjoyed our time here but we have walked all over this place, many times. Time to go.
No one has responded to the Andora question. Come on!!!! Look it up. Where is Andora? If the correct answer comes from one of my Grandchildren there is a $10.00 bill in it for you. I know you all know how to use the internet. You are disappointing Mr. Emlet.
Travel day tomorrow. See you in Bordeaux. A bientot!