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... at the ready. We figured there must be something happening so we waited and saw a parade of cyclists, carriages, horses and doing a circuit of the city.
From there is was to the village of Les Beaux, once again lots of tourists but the view from the old castle walls made it ...
... to a couple sing French songs as we sat in the park in the sunshine and ate lunch. It was quite idyllic, if a little hot at 32 degrees.
Returned home to soak up some Boulbon atmosphere. We all decided to treat ourselves to dinner at the only restaurant in the village, a three star Michelin restaurant in Hotel Boulbon. The service was great and the food very nice. The boys had martinis as we sat outside waiting for a ...
... to Boulbon took us partially through the Carmague where we saw flocks of flamingoes and white horses.
The house is lovely, 15 th century with stone walls, arched doorways, a spiral staircase and a 'cave' down the side where you can find the laundry. The floor boards squeak and the clock tower rings every hour which is a bit disturbing, but you feel like you are really living the French village life. ...
... the flamingoes strolled along in big groups, ranging in size and maturity and including young ones who didn't have the lovely colours yet. Took so many photos! We then continued to the lovely little seaside town of Saintes Marie's de la mer. Really the first time we've been to a touristy place, but very pretty, lots of white buildings with blue paintwork looking great against the right blue ...
... Sports. Full of old boys drinking pastis and coffee whilst ignoring the smoking ban. Excellent pain au chocolat and croissant from boulangerie opposite. Madame serving in baggy jumper absolutely covered in flour. Even the whiskers on her upper lip ( it wasn't just the jumper that was hairy! ) were dusted with flour. Brussels is a long way from parts of France and long may it continue to be so. Then off towards Montpellier. The most extraordinary drive ...