Hotel du Midi
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Narbonne
... from Victoria staying here who are travelling around Europe with their two children (9 and 12) for six months. They very kindly invited us over for a drink before we headed out for a Valentines Dinner. We had a great, but very short visit with them and unfortunately had to say goodbye the next day as they were on their way to their next stop.
As in Triana we have settled into a nice routine in Marseillette, but with a new twist; a ...
... from our would- be origional rental was plainly visible each time we returned to Triana from an excursion. It is most pretty twinkling in the distance at night. Over the course of the last month seeing it there sparked many a discussion on the merits of driving up to see it. A little reluctantly, last Saturday we decided to give the drive up a try and we are really glad we did. It's a small white-washed town of 1600 people ...
... got out of the shops and on the road. On the highway one of the side doors to the water popped open and we had to pull over. That is when I realised that it was Friday the thirteenth. We arrived at a small town on the beach and the Mediterranean sea. There was nothing there but we were safe off the road until tomorrow!!
... the old town. There in front of us was a Little Train! SO we decided we would just take that instead of the rather steep hill and that proved to be a good move. The train takes you right up to the Canal Du Midi but sadly it was not going round the old town first which is what it normally does.. However, when we got off, we grabbed ourselves a couple of sandwiches and ...
... trivia: our guide told us bullfighting is still an event in southern France, even though it has been outlawed in Barcelona for the past three or four years.
And Aix-en-Provence is GORGEOUS! It is called the City of Fountains, and feels very, very French. It is remarkable how much difference there is between the Spanish and French culture in such a short distance. I'm trying to think of how to explain it, but I'll have to try another time.
Today was all ...