I have just added some links to quite a number of Belloc's essays (below the book section). It is a veritable treasure trove of Belloconia.
Belloc has something to say about most things and most of what he had to say is well worth reading. Even if you disagree with his 'Philosophy' of Life you will not be able to get around the fact that he was one of the great prose writers of the 20th Century. For that matter, he wrote so much about so many things a lucky dip into the Belloc essay pot would normally (eventually!) come up trumps with something which is, at least, mildly appetising.
So, if you are not interested in mowing a field you might well have visited Carcasonne and be pleased to be reminded of the experience. Roman Roads in Picardy may not be a travel guide priority but, perhaps, a visit to Delft might just lift the spirits:
''Nevertheless, I say that in this excellent city, though it is outside Eden, you may, when the wind is in the right quarter, receive in distant and rare appeals the scent and air of Paradise; the soul is filled.''