Auberge du Vigneron
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... ended up at the marina where we had tapas the day before. As the day is very warm we decide to stop for a coffee en-route and Tess had an ice cream tub of water. We enjoyed an alfresco lunch of the usual(no wine) and a little ride around on the bike, I had forgotten how far you can get on a bike in a few minutes. Much later we decide to catch the last of the sun and walk to the ends of the marinas and as you can see, were treated to a lovely ...
Phil took Tess for an early morning walk only to find market stalls all the way alongside the canal where we enjoyed our walk in the sunshine yesterday when we were in town and there were about 50 transit vans but he only brought back bread though. Last night was quieter, we could only hear the lions a couple of times and this morning they're packing up to leave. The camels, lamas and horses are at the side of the road grazing (no lions). ...
... the road was clear! The very top was quite misty which made the first part of the descent very cold - we stopped in a cafe and put more clothes on and Steve bought some warm gloves. Once the highest part of that first pass was behind us conditions were pretty good really. We did 7 passes in all but in truth we only had two significant climbs, since ...
... who helped me out with the Vito Van in the first couple days after arriving in Capestang. She also has twin girls the same age as Katie at the school.
The woman who owns the hair salon where we went to get our haircuts lives just across the street and is in earshot of our loud children playing in the yard. On talking with her husband, I found out about another neighbour, a kind older man named Andre. The following day I was talking to him and saw ...
... we concluded that the autoroute may have been the way to go. But we were in it now, so we had to persevere. The scenery was lovely, and we weren't in any hurry. We were just hoping that we'd reach the castles before the rain.
And we did. In a little over two hours, we came out of the woods into an area of rolling hills and fields. We could see Peyrepertuse looming high above us, and were soon zigging and ...