L'Abbaye du Cap
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... armed services and have had an impeccable service record. They get a wage and get to live with their families inside the tower gates which can’t be accessed by the residents after 11pm. After finishing the tour we went on a self-guided tour with ice cream around the Crown jewels, outer walls and the White tower which was where the Kings and Queen lived, now it shows all the armour that was used. Time to feed the family again which was completed at the Tower café ...
We walked around small alley ways with the beautiful French decor and buildings admiring what we were seeing around each corner. It does remind us of a mini version of Paris.
As it is a bank holiday in France, the streets were quiet and most of the shops closed, much to Sophie's disappointment. We did find an indoor market with a few stalls opened and bought a baguette, ham, olives, quiche, tabouli for lunch then ...
... Sunday 22nd – This was an absolutely lazy day,
nothing happened. This was a real veg day with the kids not even getting out of
their Pyjamas. Today’s lesson - even a little fresh air might be a good thing!
Monday 23rd – kids booked into for canteen and
Toni and Tony off for an adventure at the beach for the day. Off to Palavas-de-les which is about 15
minutes away from Montpellier, a slow seaside town ...
... a toot from behind. But the biggest of the two toots today was a prolonged sounding of the horn. We cringed not knowing where it was coming from and bracing for an impact. We stopped at a minor on/off ramp without give way or stops signs. Craig had stopped for a vehicle coming from his left as we would do at a roundabout. It appears that wasn't the thing to do at that particular place - it was the car behind us tooting. Having made the two comments, ...
... stay with a camper van, but the only campsite (a long way along) was full and no room, plus every other campsite we tried. We cycled well over 20km in the end and found a room in the end, for 62E!!!, no breakfast, no air conditioning - was probably 9.30 by the time we got there after trawling round the various campsites. Very glad to find a roof over our heads though.