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... the road, and in the fields and vineyards.
We battled on against the wind and when we got to the peage on the Spanish border , the Police were directing all traffic off the road and through the lorry customs point. They directed all lorries, high sided vehicles and ...
... and wander the narrow streets, with all the shops etc all shut up for the winter. Some houses were occupied. it was a bit drizzly but with a lovely sunset as we returned to the MH. We were glad there was a French MH there as there was no lighting and very isolated. We had a very peaceful night's sleep.
... We then travelled to Sete to see the Canal Royal. The town of Sete was developed by 3 royal men; Paul Riquet, Louis XIV, and Knight of Clerville. It was soon renamed to Canal du Midi. It was created to link the Atlantic and Mediterranean. There were 42,000 trees planted along the canal to stabilize the banks of it. As we were walking along the edge of the canal asking people about its history, which ...
We headed back home to freshen up and get ready for our dinner on the beach at Le Dome Restaurant. This restaurant has a laid-back, relaxed feel to it with Buddha inspired décor. Our reserved table was perfect in that we were seated on the second floor of the restaurant overlooking the waters and away from the wind that was blowing from the South. We all chose seafood as our main course and for dessert ...
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 ...