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Oh what a beautiful morning. Oh what a beautiful day. I think you could make a song title out of this!! Early morning walk with Tess and what a wonderful sight and very little sound, only the birds and those Flamingos, it was truly magical and we enjoyed a great walk around the lake and back into town and back to Pierre. We set off after giving Pierre a good clean ...
... he should have had his glasses on!!! We sat and had our lunch by the patonque pitch over looking the water. Apparently the salt tolerant algae turns pink when the sun and wind are in the right direction. The salt was extracted from 1519 but has now fallen into decay and has been taken over by wild life, not just flamingos but storks and egrets too. We also found out today why there have been so many pots ...
... first all inclusive medical school, has a church which was designed to be larger than Saint Peter's, has some impressive monuments to King Louie XIV and that everyone in the city appears to be a dog owner.
We traveled to Nice that afternoon where we decided to settle in for a few nights. Our hostel had no air conditioning and it was impossible to sleep in the intense heat which lasted throughout the night.
On our first day we simply went to the beach and ...
Hopefully we are on line for our Travelpod, fingers crossed. If it works it's thanks to Dolores. We have just had a lunch of sitting in the courtyard and the sun is shining. Lots of tourists and schoolchildren. Our B&B is within the old city and quaint. Dave and I have a lovely room two stories up so the muscles are building in our arms lugging luggage up narrow stairs. Last night we had cassoulet for dinner and creme brûlée. I will try to send now as we are off walking ...
... exploring the Bastide side. Much to Kate's pleasure we were able to visit two more churches, including a climb of 213 stairs to the top of a very windy and cold bell tower of St Vincent Church, for a panoramic view over the Bastide including the Medieval City and its Chateau. This church has the largest naive in southern France and was built between the 14th and 15th centuries. We then walked along the narrow streets through the ramparts that formed a protection border, ...