Bungalotel La Reserve
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... all delicious. There was even a blend of one that is not exported to many places and not to the U.S. Some in the group purchased, but I considered the hassle of packing bottles and decided it wasn't what I wanted to deal with. We were given the option of more shopping, but everyone was ready to head back. It was another hot day and I guess we were all tired from wandering and standing in the heat. We boarded the bus and everyone took a nap on the ride home. ...
... just to name a few. Although I would have loved to take a nap after this feast, I had wanted to walk to the top of Mount St. Clair for what was to be a beautiful view of the city. The lady at the Hotel desk said it would take about 30 minutes. Well, perhaps her English is not as good as we thought because it took about an hour and 30 minutes! And, I might add, it was all uphill. MAP and Susie said they were going to do it also, but I never saw them. I won't mention how ...
... which was on the beach. Once again we had our evening thunderstorm. We were only going to stay one night but didn't feel like another big drive today so we are staying 2 nights. They have a nice big pool and a sandy beach which the boys love. The sand is finer than Spain but is not like the white sand we have at home. It's more like fine dirt. Keep the comments coming in, we do read them - we just don't have time to respond to ...
We have had a good rest over recent days and dried out all the soggy stuff from Germany. Off to Marseillan town on the bikes, about 5 kilometers. Very good cycle path all the way. Lovely breakfast by marina at the end of the Canal du Midi. Heading into middle of town a terrible noise from my gears and ...
... You know how much Rosemarie loves fireworks!) The drive to/from L'Ecluse was very interesting. Both Google maps and the iPhone took us on a route that brought us to a dead end ... Or so we thought. As Rosemarie was backing out, two cars came up behind us, zipped around us, and headed up over the curb on our left and disappeared beside the building in front of us. We decided to do the same and followed a narrow path that finally took us to a road that got us to our restaurant -- ...