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... machines on what looks like a big bus shelter, but it was too late, we'd gone by. Who'd have thought that you fill your car and do the washing at the same time? Just another half an hour on, we arrived in Fanjeaux. A tiny village on a hill with spectacular views. We'll stay a couple of days to explore as it's very peaceful with a much better view than last ...
... next summer and help out in the kitchen.....tempting. A small trip to Aix en Provence As I had a couple of days spare I went across to X.....as it is simply called by the French. This is the quintessential small town in Provence with the wide tree lined avenue in the centre of town leading towards the narrow lanes, public squares and fountains of the old town. Back in the day it was known as 'sleeping beauty'. Quaint countryside charm with a ...
... So the gorgeous boy is a bit tired by the time we arrive and ready for a beer, as are we all. We have a large Aussie flag on the front of the boat and little flags as bunting along both sides,so any English speakers say hello as they pass, either on boat or pedestrian. Once we're moored, we set up pre dinner drinks and eats on the flying bridge and watch the passers by. Many of whom wave and wish us Bon appetite! we're approached ...
... places were doing a fantastic trade today. I didn't realise I until I got to the train station I had actually taken the bike route - but the end location was the same. I wasn't able to change the ticket but could buy a new seat allocation - if is an interesting system here - you have a train ticket which enables you to board travel on the train but it doesn't give you a specified seat. You have to pay for a specific seat so that you are guaranteed a seat. Some regional ...
... a small seaside (by the Mediterranean) town just over the French border in Spain. Again with just an hour in the town I strolled down to the beach through narrow streets of colourful Spanish houses, bought a litre of wine, poured out from a great wooden barrel in a tiny shop, for 1.5 euros (£1 or about $2!) and returned to the station for my train. I arrived just after dark in Barcelona and booked into a central hostel before going to a ...