Mende is worth visiting for itself alone and for its cathedral.
The drive from Mende to the plateau of Sauveterre is a curious experience.
The Bishop of Mende himself, on whose young shoulders the burden of responsibility had descended, could not keep up his spirits.
Get to St. nimie we can, we will, we must, without making the round by railway to Mende.'
In order to visit the Cevennes proper, the beautiful town of Mende would be the best starting-place.
The Bishop of Mende was a very different person from the austere Oratorian.
Such were the movements of the town of Mende, when the troops entered the place.
We had to be up betimes, as our train for Langogne, corresponding with the Mende diligence, started at five in the morning.
The women were sent to Mende to be immured in convents, and the men were imprisoned in the archpriest's dungeons.
Mende was the last but one of French bishoprics and chef-lieux to be connected with the great highroads of railway.