Hotel Club Espace
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Club Espace Saint-Jean-de-Minervois
Very nice hotel and close to the walled city
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Travel Blogs from Saint-Jean-de-Minervois
... his little back with all his important stuff. So, we had to hitchhike back to the place were the guy picked us up. It didn't take us long to go back and eventually we found the back with everything in, but going back to the idyllic place took us forever. After a while (read two hours) we had no water or food left so we decided to walk. Turns out ten meters behind the corner was a water ...
... a real character. Service sure makes or breaks a place. Dinner was really good - out on the patio looking at mountains. And, a local homeless cat kept coming by our table. It's Bastille Day, so we saw fireworks again tonight. They were in Menton, probably about 6km down the hill. They looked pretty teeny. Today we plan to take a steep 2 1/2 hour downhill hike straight to Menton (as opposed to another 15-20 km trail ...
... the largest cathedral in the Alpes Maritimes. Boy was it hot and humid today. We cut our town tour short and retreated to our air conditioned hotel rooms instead. Rested a bit, Zach wrote in the travel journal, kids made funny videos. Ventured out for a nice pasta and pizza dinner, and are mentally preparing for what could be a really hot uphill hike tomorrow. Note: if you are friends ...
... hill to the church, which was well worth it. Then, there were vacationers having lunch up there, who encouraged us to go up further to see the view- which was stunning of course. Of course, we met a very cute cat here too. He was sitting in the entrance of the chapel and posed for a couple of photos. Later on, we went past a huge olive grove. Unfortunately the olives were just starting to grow and nowhere near ripe. We skirted the border of Italy - in fact, I even got a text message ...
... and the farming history, but the story of Minerve is really interesting. You can read more on it here if curious: www.cathar.info.
The architecture, the natural beauty and the history of this place seem a bit surreal when you're there... all of this make Minerve a must visit if in the Languedoc region. Now the streets are lined with artisan stores and fancy restaurants. I think, however, it's important to reflect and ...