Hotel De La Mer
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... what is left will be preserved. However, there are signs to warn you not to visit on windy or wet days as great lumps of rock simply drop off and some are huge. There is a very large church at the base of the elevated castle and the inside does not match the out and is quite beautiful, we assume most of this splendour was paid for out of the tolls over the centuries. Apparently, 'the windows to murderesses are ones of a strengthened church' we ...
... Phil got back with Tess, the monster motor home behind us opened its back hatch to put their car away! This wasn't a motor home it was as big as a big coach with a garage. It had a winch inside to pull the car up the ramps and within mins they were off. It was only a short drive to Gruissan where the aire is huge, it can take up to 80 vans, although not that many this time of year. We are parked up about 100ft from the sea but its ...
... but when it did it was excellent, just like the Italians might have done it. By this time we were getting slightly chilly as we were under a canopy, so we headed for a bench in the sun and watched the world go by, then walked back for a cuppa. We thought we'd go to the coast tomorrow so walked to Carrefour for some bits and came back with a folding bike too! So muggings can cycle to get bread when it's too far go ...
... We walk down to the harbour, the guys take pictures and we decide to go our separate ways for an hour. In that time, MJ and I walk up and down the cobbled streets and purchase some typical items from the area. Pottery is quite popular so Nicole buys an olive bowl. We decide to eat light so we land on a cafe by the bridge with view on the harbour. Everyone orders a variation of moules frites. Our ...
... the nearest baker was for bread this morning, and he answered immediately in English although he was either German or Dutch - and he didn't know the answer.
Roger cycled up the hill into the town centre and got some malty bread which was very tasty, then after packing up cycled round the corner and found Aldi - complete with a lad and his dog sat by the trolley park, perhaps hoping people would donate their Euro coins to him when ...