Logis de la Clape
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... We then travelled to Sete to see the Canal Royal. The town of Sete was developed by 3 royal men; Paul Riquet, Louis XIV, and Knight of Clerville. It was soon renamed to Canal du Midi. It was created to link the Atlantic and Mediterranean. There were 42,000 trees planted along the canal to stabilize the banks of it. As we were walking along the edge of the canal asking people about its history, which ...
Since departing Meursault we have now been on the road for two weeks in the south of France. Our first stop was a small town in the Languedoc area called Lagrasse. There we rented a gite for a week. After our arrival, we drove to the nearest large town, Narbonne, and picked up our friend, Randy Olson, who joined us for the week.
We spent some busy days hiking, seeing ancient abbeys, climbing ...
... of my playing, and at least I was using soft yarn mallets!
On Saturday morning we loaded our car and drove six hours to the Languedoc region of France. We are renting a gite here for a week, in the little town of Lagrasse. We have been joined by our friend, Randy Olson, for this week and we are having a great time exploring the area. However, I’ll let Chip tell you more about
that in an upcoming post!
... crosses one of the bridges and returns on the other side. Very sociable so we got on that as it was extremely hot again. Once back at the car, we managed to found the huge Carrefour so we were able to get our shopping there before returning to La Nautique, this time by the "long" route. We made it just before a tremendous thunder and lightning storm hit us! Luckily the plan was to have dinner at home anyway.
... and got off in front of a supermarket to buy the few items we couldn't find at the market. Our real goal was to buy ice cream, but we also bought another bottle of wine and some fruit. Getting back to the hotel, the real challenge began, cleaning the sardines. I know how to debone a trout thanks to my mom, so I figured the little sardines would be no problem. There are only four steps to the process: cut off the head, pull out the guts, rip out the spine, and trim up ...