Auberge du Vigneron
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Thank you to everybody who has commented on my posts so far! I do not have time to reply to them all, but I do read all of them and it means a lot to me to know that you are all following me along in my adventures! Thanks for your interest and ...
... shoulder, the drive was long and painful. I decided to take it easy in the hotel with a beer before heading out for a nice meal in a place called Chez Fred, the sea food there was pretty damn good.
The next day shoulder rehab started with a swim in the pool, it was a little painful at first but I think i'm over the worst of my injury now. Couldn't resist a dip in the hot ...
... The evening parade was so different. The costumes look wonderful under the lights of the arches and the flaming torches. One character insisted that I get covered in confetti. It makes a huge mess in Monty. It's over in under an hour as everyone goes to the many bars around the town. The gendarmes keep a friendly eye over things. It must be very safe as you see parents dropping off teenagers ...
... While our clothes were washing, we walked up the street, found a little sandwich shop, and had some lunch.
When the laundry was done, we headed back to La Cité for the day. Since we had the whole afternoon, we decided to take the time to do Rick Steves' self-guided walking tour. We started at the Narbonne Gate, turned left, and walked along the outer wall of the fortress. We entered La Cité via the Inner ...
... 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 ...