Arcadius Le Petit Hotel
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Just a few words about today, we had the typical lazy Sunday. Up not too early and a nice breakfast croissants fresh from the bakery on site. A bit of a sort out and down the pool for 1030hrs, unbroken sunshine for the next couple of hours meant we were in and out of the pool cooling off. Back for lunch, not a Sunday one but fresh bread with ham and salad, Mark, ...
... Tony and a little annoying. Dinner completed
we made our way home via the local Carrefour City for a few snacks which also
included a bottle of 3 euro Smirnoff Ice for Toni and Tony. On the way home
Tony and Toni decided seeing the Effiel tower by night would also be worth
seeing so with the promise of an ice cream and adventure our walk later in the
night was planned. With 8:45 the strategic time to leave the hotel not due to
sunset at 9:26pm but due ...
... which was on the beach. Once again we had our evening thunderstorm. We were only going to stay one night but didn't feel like another big drive today so we are staying 2 nights. They have a nice big pool and a sandy beach which the boys love. The sand is finer than Spain but is not like the white sand we have at home. It's more like fine dirt. Keep the comments coming in, we do read them - we just don't have time to respond to ...
... as some of the cities we have encountered on our trip, such as Arles at the last stop. Not a place for strangers to wander after dark, I would guess. The cathedral, dating back to the thirteenth century, is set on a hilltop with fine views over Languedoc, and whilst it contains some fine stonework and artefacts, it does not rate amongst my favourites, I'm afraid. So far, top prize for that goes to the Basilica of St. Francis ...
... intimate knowledge of his towns history both past and present. Leaving no stone unturned and answered all our questions expertly, he was a real pro. From day one, after placing our bags in his car, we set off on foot to explore the usual tourist features of Montpellier and then some places that only as a local you would know about, it was the best tour we could ask for. Nico took us to some of his favourite places, including shops, restaurants and old parts ...