Chateau des Ducs de Joyeuse
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... off on the road again. Today's driving break was in Bordeaux. We had intended to park out of town and take the team into the city but the Navigator ended up taking us right through the city centre so we took an opportune parking spot and just got out and wandered around. I had wanted to see the magnificent 'mirror' fountain where the buildings are reflected in the water. What we found when we got there was quite a ...
... packs for an hour or so looking for cheap hotels and hostels. Walking with all of your packs is a recipe for relationship disharmony so I was glad when we arrived at a decrepit looking hotel which cheap enough for us to stop and lighten out load. We walked through the streets of the city which had an amazing atmosphere, stopping to watch an open air dance class for half an hour or so. The next day was spent exploring the city. I can now tell you that Montpellier was home to ...
It being a very hot afternoon, I turned on the air-con in a moment of guilt and trembling joy as the cool air immediately started to blow on my face and give me goose bumps on the back of my neck, and drove off, slightly indirectly again, towards Limoux, Quillan and finally Fa. In the process of getting lost in Carcassonne one final time a French song started on the radio but the Chorus was in English and went like this: "Always lost in the city, always lost ...
Disaster number 5 struck! The van had a flat tyre this morning! Simon struggled to get the nuts off and had to enlist the help of some friendly Dutch (orange) football fans which was much appreciated.
Once that was sorted we were on the road again… We called into a village called Montbrun Something, where there was a little hippy produce market. Amazingly, the sun was out and it was extremely warm. We picked up some veg, cheese, olives and a crepe then went on ...
... the main square to withdraw some money from one of the ATMs. On the way I found a stamp shop. Could not believe my eyes. They had lots of French stamps but all seemed to be pre 1980's. Nobody spoke English so I wrote down the dates I wanted, such as 1990+, but they shrugged their shoulders in an expression of non. For some reason they only had older stamps. I might as well go the post office. [Not the one in Felines. They only opened two hours a day and ...