Camping Cap Du Roc
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Thank you to everybody who has commented on my posts so far! I do not have time to reply to them all, but I do read all of them and it means a lot to me to know that you are all following me along in my adventures! Thanks for your interest and ...
... have a different look about them as well. White-washed buildings have given way to subdued earth tones and stone walls making everything look weathered and older but with the same Mediterranean red tiled roofs. And then there is the abundance of wineries that keeps the wine rack full. As our two weeks in Marseillette come to a close we are looking forward to moving on to our next stop - the village of Serviers- et- Labaume at the western edge of ...
We left Nimes and continued to head south. Should I say we tried to leave. Pete shut the car keys inside the van while I was paying the lady at the campsite. With the engine running. After some tense ten minutes he managed to break in. Then I panicked that it was too easy to break in to so made him drive to the local shops to ...
Leaving Clermont-Ferrand with an uneasy feeling as we did not have a booking anywhere to sleep that night and knowing it's a long weekend. Our first stop was the fabulous Millau Viaduct that we saw earlier in our travels, but only from below. This time we drove over the top after a stop prior to the bridge. It looks great with its seven pylons and the cables to support the platform. Everyone slows down driving over it ...
... I joined a couple of young Pommie lads playing boules on the quaiside. These guys, Jo and Aidan, were from Doncaster in Yorkshire. Two cracking guys we had a great game of boules with chatting about France and other things. Their parents have a house in the town. Great advertisement for England these lads. Friendly, sociable and don't even mind a couple of old guys flogging them with their own boules. Tomorrow is a big day...Louise's birthday. July 4th...Independence Day