Au Grand Soleil
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... what is left will be preserved. However, there are signs to warn you not to visit on windy or wet days as great lumps of rock simply drop off and some are huge. There is a very large church at the base of the elevated castle and the inside does not match the out and is quite beautiful, we assume most of this splendour was paid for out of the tolls over the centuries. Apparently, 'the windows to murderesses are ones of a strengthened church' we ...
... a sheltered lagoon as we can see houses opposite and to the right linking this side to that, is a bridge. We had a bit a a walk at lunch time to get our barings, walking by hundreds of boats (the marina holds 1,600). We came to a nice little bar to get out of the wind, although only a breeze compared to the Lizard. Sat on a nice comfy seat just inside the door way, so we could see the marina and we asked for a glass of wine and a beer and ...
... how long out of communication.
Anyway back to La Cite it was beautiful and we wandered around inside it the first night that we were in town. The next day we came back and did pretty much the same thing but in daylight as well as wandering around the full circumference of the walls taking happy snaps as we went. The place was chock full of restaurants and tourists to fill them. I'm sure that if I lived there i would ...
... certain that the rural French are so much interested in CL footie as, in this 'Sports Bar' (two screens....one which was nothing short of massive) there was no audio and the accompaniment to the match was provided by a group of French women and a hits from the 80's soundtrack. There was on other French 'fellow me lad' who was enthralled by the game, as were we of course.....but our whole viewing experience would undoubtedly have ...
The early rain (what! in the south of France?!) petered out and we had a lovely day in the Minervois region. Beautiful mountain villages with structures dating back to the 12th century and pink marble (in Caunes), also used to build St Peter's in Rome, and picnicked near a group of nuns, priests and choir-girls (shades of "Sound of Music"). They sang grace. We've even started having red wine with lunch. Things are getting bad. But when in ...