Camping Cap Du Roc
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... walk to the local patisserie for a baguette, croissants or a French loaf and sometimes something sweet for supper. The weather has been a little cooler than in Spain with a few showery days, but that has not stopped us from day trips to Carcassonne, Toulouse, Beziers and Narbonne and a few drives through the endless vineyards. It seems we have traded oranges, olives and avocados for grapevines which are very bare at the moment. The villages ...
... the Granadan monarchs could relax away from the daily grind of the court and entertain their friends. Carlos pointed out the King's hunting lodge just outside the walls and we saw gardeners planting the many beds for what must be a glorious sight in the summer. All in all it was wonderful way to cap off our time in Spain. Friday we left Triana for a two day drive to the village of Marseillette in southern France to continue our ...
... got out of the shops and on the road. On the highway one of the side doors to the water popped open and we had to pull over. That is when I realised that it was Friday the thirteenth. We arrived at a small town on the beach and the Mediterranean sea. There was nothing there but we were safe off the road until tomorrow!!
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 ...
... this year.
We then returned a little way along the quay to La Peniche, which had good reviews on Trip Advisor. We were shown to a bistro room out the back, adjoining the garden area. We had the usual muscat and olives to start, followed by a huge salad. We had both selected the cassoulet as our mains, but alas, it was not as good as the one we had at St Jean. It was nice though. Tom had the apple tart for dessert and I ...