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... very relieved to get off the road at Narbonne and make our way to the campsite at Colombiers, which is right by the Canal du Midi and quite sheltered. We last stayed here about 5 years ago - in summer. Rob's arms were aching with trying to control the steering.
... 320); the second for 400 Euros ($515).
The village of SE is also charming. Built on a hill using local limestone, it all has a warm, unified look. It is not a town, however, for folks who 1) do not like to climb, and 2) want smooth roads on which to walk. Some of the paths are steep and rocky.
As we were strolling through the ville of SE one evening, we entered a small wine shop. ...
... town tries harder – beautiful hanging baskets of colorful flowers line both sides of the bridge into town, and the town square has a large fountain with pretty cafés and restaurants surrounding it. We saw a bakery down the street, but no grocery store. Perhaps we have too much time on our hands on these autumn trips, but it has become a point of interest for us. We saw a sign with an arrow that said “Casino de Santenay”, but it ...
... but our ears do not deceive us and we introduce ourselves to our fellow diners.
We talked with Colleen and David for hours. They are very entertaining and knowledgeable travellers who regale us with their travels. Originally from Redcliffe not far from where we live in Brisbane and they have invited us to join them at the jazz concert tonight in the village. We exchanged email ...
... How is that any different from what I attempt to achieve in my own creative work?
I'm attaching a few more of the images of menhirs and dolmens we've explored on recent day trips. These typically date from about 5000 years ago and as for the menhirs, much mystery remains. We are having a lot of fun finding them in the country and continue to ponder the lives of people who lived here thousands of years ago.
Holding you in connection,