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... even though our knowledge of french cuisine is improving. Still no frogs legs or snails yet but we may find these in Paris. Carcassonne is also a good place to cycle and we hired bikes one afternoon to ride along the canals and visit the lochs and see the many boats that travel up and down the canal. We watched one house boat travel through the first loch we came to which was fascinating. It was a large boat which just fitted into the loch and around three couples on ...
... other direction, and no it wasn’t there either. We went all the way back to Homps again to the brocante. But no, it wasn’t there. I either dropped it or it was stolen. So….a long afternoon was spent cancelling credit card and gnashing my teeth at the loss of my purse, the cards and the money in it.
We had dinner by the canal in the village of La ...
... a common salt tax collector who had an obsession to make the canal ‘idea’ work. We went through a lock and gazed enviously at the 5 star hotel barge.
Returned home and it was off to restaurant on the canal for Sandi’s 50th birthday celebration dinner. The dinner was lovely and the prices were very reasonable. You have to love France for that. ...
Headed south for a coastal drive around the outskirts of
Narbonne to Port-la-Nouvelle. A pretty
town with a lighthouse.
Stopped at Port-Vendres.
A harbor full of sailing boats and lots of restaurants where we found a restaurant serving moules and frites (mussels and fries).
In search of a lighthouse to view, we drove a very narrow scary
road around the cliff.
... a tomato. Then there was icecream for dessert. An afternoon nap would have been good now. There was a salt museum and shop and in the shop there was Tasmanian pepper berry vinegar. We then set off to visit a small winery and taste some more wines and see the barrelling processes. We got to taste some grapes on vines - I was amazed at how sweet and juicy they were. This winery did not use machine harvesting - grapes were picked by hand and I am sure the snails and extra bits ...