Mas de la Fouque
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Early start, taxi to the train station so P could start long journey back home alone.
Caught another taxi to Marseille Airport to meet new travel companions
Drive of approx. 90 mins into the Camargue to stay at lovely relaxed 4 star property Mas de la Fouque, one of H8 Collection of hotels.
Low-rise white-washed buildings …
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Today was a success! An entire day without the bicycles! They sat locked to a tree behind the tent, we didn't hear a peep out of them all day! Kory almost caved when he realized we didn't have enough fuel to get through dinner. His words were, "arggghhh I guess I will just bike over to the gas station and get a litre". With little convincing, he didn't. He chose to walk. Aside from taking a break from the bikes we spent majority of the day lazing ...
... to her in time. I took a detour to follow a sign to a 24h/24 petrol station (I'm not sure what the second 24 means), but then I ended up in some tiny French village and no way of knowing which way to this 24 hour petrol station. Some little old lady was walking out of her stone house, so I said "excusez-moi", she said "Oui?". "Bonjour" I said and then motioned putting petrol in my bike. She shrugged her shoulders and looked concerned like I was in a spot of trouble. Then ...