Camping Cap Du Roc
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Another decent night at Collioure, dry and warm. Then a drive around and a look-see! Found the route to the fort on the cliff and one could stopover there, gratuit. Drove around a little and found one could also park at the 'gare' dans la centre Ville de Collioure, so we will, later after shopping and ...
... ruins and enjoying some fantastic weather. In nearby Carcassonne we toured the fantastically restored medieval city.
Many of the ruins in this vicinity are from a Christian group called Cathars. These Cathars were a peace-loving people who thrived in the area for 200 or so years. Only one problem- because they did not consider themselves to be Catholic, they did not pay money to the ...
... la France. The other gambler stood up as the bouncer approached, and the two began the kissing ritual that the French do – one cheek, then the other. Seeing this tough dude kissing another man on both cheeks made him lose his tough exterior in record time.
We needed to find a way to thank all of our friends for their hospitality before we left, so we invited 15 adults and 2 children to our place for before-dinner drinks and snacks ...
... some of the countryside to scope out vineyards, degustation, and interesting destinations. We saw some good cycling routes, a beautiful river (the Orb), and some Abbeys worth a visit. Tomorrow is planned to drive up into the mountains north of us and see what kind of hiking trails might be around. Monday we meet with the interior decorator of our property to go over some final details, and then head back to London for one night before our flight ...
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 ...