Hotel-Restaurant les Templiers
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... the instructions were 'pitch where you want' so we checked the compass and pitched facing South in reach of an electric hook up amongst what are clearly transitees either heading home or away. As I make this entry there are units moving off on their travels.
This morning is a walk into the local village with the dogs and a bit of downtime this afternoon catching some sun. This is the last of our short stays, Bonterra Park tomorrow is ...
... down on a suspension bridge for the train as it winds its way down the mountain over stone bridges and through tunnels. Finally we are down and we hit 60 kph it seems like jet propelled compared with the first 28km, luckily for those behind there are passing places every so often. We are roughly heading towards Narbonne and we pull into a great site facing the Mediterranean sea and its 21c. We take Tess for a walk to the sea shore and let her have a paddle, ...
To Auterive and this time we found the aire, right next to the river but over the bridge. We popped into the tourist office and they gave us a super 'circuit historique', a leaflet highlighting all the historic parts of the town. An excellent walk too with a surprisingly long history. Then on to Caranca Gorge again for the night of the 14th October. A rest day next day with barbecue, loads of sun and the short walk following the ...
... amp; heavily terraced with a maze of dry stacked stone walls. These hills were dotted with olives, stone shepherds huts and a couple of vineyards.
Space is at a premium in these little towns so buildings are pressed together, making it hard to for us to actually see our hotel. We were greeted by an elderly lady who spoke no English and a Fawlty Towers type interaction ensued. Later a more hip woman gave us the ...
... niblets, walnuts, raisins, olives, grated carrot, tomatoes and a whole avocado neatly sliced across the top (for me the absence of onion was great in this instance) The owner Victoria was there directing traffic as the tables were till being turned over when we left at about 10pm - Victoria liked the look of us and sent an icy cold shot of Limoncello for us to finish the night - speaking to her we discovered she had lived here for 35 years but ...