Cap de Castel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... until about 11:30 am. We stopped at Le Segala for a coffee break then rode a little farther and had a picnic lunch on a small dock along the canal. We rode another 12km and arrived at Castelnaudary mid-afternoon. We went to a park across from the Quai de la Cybelle and spent a couple of hours there sketching. While we were there a coypu, a sort of beaver rat, was swimming around. Allan had explained to us that these river rats ...
We slept in until about 9:00 am and had breakfast in our room - a baguette we had bought the night before with our powdered peanut butter and a banana. Our bikes that we would be renting for the week were delivered at 11:00 am. The guy we are renting from was great, giving us maps he had prepared, panniers, water, vests, locks, a pump, spare tubes, etc. After we got the bikes, we rode to the ...
A good night but woken by the local bus sitting with its engines running for about 20 mins before he pulled out. Only a short drive to Puylaurens. A picturesque town on the top of a hill. We found the aire easily and it was fab. Met a bloke with a brand new auto trail. Obviously hoping the 'grandkids' would want to travel with them at some time - 6 berths! He was very keen to explain how luxurious it was and ...
... made the hifi display less irritating; and I think I may have found out why the alarm would not turn off last night. I was pressing the wrong button. I've also learned more about the cruise control. A last dinner before a good night's sleep. Suzie and Simon are so hospitable. Tomorrow we put everything away - nothing on surfaces to fall off; doors locked shut and everything wedged in firmly to stop rattles and ...
... 100% - driving on the other side of the road requires lots of concentration - not so easy with a head cold. But this afternoon we set off in our cool little car to explore some nearby villages. We headed out behind Caunes, into the Black Mountains.
Immediately after leaving Caunes we entered a river gorge and came across the remains of a Roman bridge, no longer in use. We were beyond it on the narrow little road before we realised it, so will ...