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... eaten in the courtyard in front of the elephant which was a replica of the one the French had sent the King. The moat had several different variations but was eventually filled in after they worked out that putting human waste, carcasses and whatever else (even a polar bear lived in there at some stage) was not conducive to good health. Leaving the Tower we went across to Tower Bridge and completed the Bridge experience which was about the history of the bridge. This ...
... way to the Place Royale du Peyrou (gardens) to enjoy the sun.
This is at the top of the old town and overlooks Montpellier and the surrounding area. There is an old aqueduct in this area that once supplied water to the town.
On our walk around the town, Sophie found an ice cream shop, and realised it was the same one as in Innsbruck. Of course we had to sample one and show Sue how fantastic they are.
We sat ...
... a transit and internment camp for ‘undesirables’, artists, politicians,
journalists… and then the final period August 1942 to September 1942 was a
holding camp for Jews deported to Auschwitz via Drancy (another French camp).
It gave us all a ‘real’ understanding of what things were like in the past war
times and how sad and nasty life was for many people due to being different in
various ways. Corban was ...
... Homps, at Ventenac-en-Minervois, the path got too aggravating and we abandoned it for a quiet road, the D124 that took a more direct route to Sallèles-d'Aude, thinking we would just carry onto to Narbonne that day. So blocked and befuddled, we turned around and found the canal path back to La Somail. However, this was a classic case of something annoying becoming something wonderful, which is one of the things I love about travel. You never know when a step in ...
Languedoc is reasonably flat vineyard country although it has a mountain or two just to make it interesting. The weather was a bit iffy when we woke up so our planned trip to the seaside was delayed by a second cup of coffee.
Although it was overcast and misty, Mike assured me if wouldn't rain so we headed off to get some lunch in Marseillan. We took some lovely little ...