Balladins Confort Beziers
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... route, but you discover and see so much that you might normally miss and we enjoyed some great views of the salt marshes. The town is as you might suppose very French, with some tiny shops, that sometimes to us appear to be trying to sell bric-a -brac and look as if their stock has not changed in decades, I hope this is not unfair!!! The cafes are tiny too and tables and chairs sit very precariously on the narrow pavements outside, the ...
Phil took Tess for an early morning walk only to find market stalls all the way alongside the canal where we enjoyed our walk in the sunshine yesterday when we were in town and there were about 50 transit vans but he only brought back bread though. Last night was quieter, we could only hear the lions a couple of times and this morning they're packing up to leave. The camels, lamas and horses are at the side of the road grazing (no lions). ...
It was a bucket list day today. After a wonderful breakfast of banettes, croissants and homemade conserves (banana, raisin, coconut and rum jam was my favourite), we headed out to search for some lavender. When we last came to Provence twelve years ago, we had missed out on seeing lavender fields in bloom and it's something I've always wanted to see. From Grasse, the nearest lavender fields are at the Pays de Valensole. The drive from Grasse to Castellane takes about 1 ...
Bruce had it mind that we would get to Narbonne and catch the TGV back from there but when we checked the dates, I had got them wrong and we would have to leave on Saturday and not on Wednesday. I've lost a lot of credibility! A rapid reappraisal shows that we will not get much further on than Beziers. We can get the train tickets as we pass through there tomorrow. After lunch T and myself go exploring in the town. We find the ...
Beziers (pronounced bay-zee-ay) made it to our itinerary because John and Estelle were spending the third week of their vacation there. (Yes, you read correctly. The French take very long vacations compared to us Americans!) Nearly everyone leaves the cities and heads for the country or la Plage (the beach) in August. And Villeneuve de Beziers, the "Village" of Beziers (as distinguished from Beziers proper, which is a fairly large city) is one of ...