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... redescend vers la gare, benben vient nous chercher avec son ami Mathieu! On se rend donc chez Mathieu, dans le fin fond des bois! mais tsé quand tu dis creux la, ben cetait creux! le gars a un vignoble ici, cest genial! sa maison date des annees 1700 qqc, on sarrete a sa cave a vin prendre qqls bouteilles et faire une ptite degustations de ce quil a dans ses cuves; cool! arrive a la maison, on fait connaissance avec sa copine et deux autres amis ...
... coast. The towpath returned to gravel and earth, a light headwind indicated the first stirrings of an on-shore breeze, and the canal passed behind camping grounds and funfairs before reaching the Round Lock at Agde with three exits. We followed the one to Agde town centre and then along the Herault River to the sea beach covered by sunbathers, before a short cycle ride inland to our last night’s lodgings.
This was an easy and ...
Today we visited the historic city of Carcassonne.
Driving towards the city, you can see the wind turbines spinning furiously.
Some people utterly detest these, but actually I think that they have a super
out-of-space look about them!
The old city of Carcassonne is absolutely
fantastic for all you young explorers. Weaving up through the tiny cobbled
streets inside the city ...
... it was magical.We were conned by the vast numbers of chocolatier shops selling their own hand made and crafted chocolates. They looked fabulous. So I spent some time selecting my "chocolate of choice" to find that I'd paid $20 for what some may describe as cooking chocolate. We are still making our way through it a week later. During the visit we saw people walking along the city walls and spent a long time working out how to get there. Of course there was a ...
La Cite - google net it. It is beautiful and we enjoyed our time there. As beautiful as the city was, what captured my fascination was the (official) smallest bathroom in the world in our hotel room. To be honest, I should have expected it when we walked into the ...