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... favorite feeling in the world. Too bad so many people make “plans” in life. Just live in the moment and see where time takes you instead, that’s a much (yes, I just wrote mutch and could not think of the right way to spell it) better way to be able to live your life, no?
The next day we were able to take the tram to the end of the line and walk the rest of the way to the beach. My first time on a tram! And a wonderful soft sanded beach. I ...
... some of the countryside to scope out vineyards, degustation, and interesting destinations. We saw some good cycling routes, a beautiful river (the Orb), and some Abbeys worth a visit. Tomorrow is planned to drive up into the mountains north of us and see what kind of hiking trails might be around. Monday we meet with the interior decorator of our property to go over some final details, and then head back to London for one night before our flight ...
... were no swimmers and no sunbathers, just people strolling. Craig had been wanting to have a wee for sometime and found a place behind a sand dune but heard voices and stopped. We could not find a public toilet that was open so stopped at a cafe/bar to buy a drink to use the loo. It was about 5pm by now and we decided to stay the night. We used the cafe wifi to search for accommodation but ended up driving around trying to find a place that was open. ...
Had to leave the luxury hotel and took a wrong turn and ended up the mountain on a very small track. Did a upturn and it was off to Barcelona in the rain. Found parking really easily and started shopping up the Ramble. Had a lovely lunch and back in the car for the drive back to France. Our hotel in Montpellier had the girls convinced we would be murdered in our beds. The couple fighting across the street did not ...
... A lovely town dating back to Roman times but had its heyday in 1200 and 1600. Mouliere resided here under the patronage of the Prince de Conti and there was an excellent show in the tourist office to explain about the life of Mouliere. Lots of craft and antique shops here and a Saturday market that is the only all day market in France. Fabulous vineyards in the area. April 29th-May 8th We have decided to give up on Roman history as the campsites are too ...