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- Non-smoking hotel
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... and credit cards. They got off with about 300 Euro, portable gas cooker, umbrella, towel and a 6 pack of beer. They picked the drivers door lock to get in, so now it won't lock from the outside. At least we can still lock it from the inside. Since then we've been to a hardware store and bought some bolts for the doors. You think you would hear someone get into your van, but we didn't.
Unfortunately France is well known for this sort of ...
... nice and went down too easy. We were all a bit tipsy on the walk home, but luckily the danger road was clear of cars or I think at least one of us would not have made it back. We were all so stuffed and tipsy (not the girls obviously), that we pretty much went straight to bed. Today mum and terry and the girls went out to get a yummy batch of coinssants and pain au chocolats which was a welcome hangover breakfast indeed!
With a good 5hrs of driving ahead of us we rose early and were on the road by mid morning. Our first stop was the Pont du Gard, an ancient roman Aqueduct outside of Avignon. We arrived there a little after lunch and explored the site and the adjacent river before jumping back in the car for another 1.5hrs to the lovely little seaside town of Sete where we would spend the night. After a walk to explore ...
We ended up having a delightful visit with her in loft-like apartment on the top floor with a big terracce looking out over the canal and the whole town. She is about our age, with aristocrat Venetian parents who fled to France from Mussolini in their big car with all their money and jewellery sewn into their clothes. She studied Business Law but has always worked internationally in the creative field - fashion, art, film, advertising. Eliane works in fashion ...
... so hard!
We dismantled all the laundry lines the next morning and headed out. Jim had carefully looked at the route from Agde to SÚte, we diligently read the accounts we have of other cyclists going this way and checked with the tourist office as well. There was a cycle path paralleling one of the major roads to SÚte but we had to get through another beach community , Le Cap d'Agde outside the old town, to connect with it.
Well, I regret ...