Hotel L'Orque Bleue
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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 ...
... it was time to find somewhere for dinner. So we headed back to Agde as we had seen some really nice sea front restaurants there. It was about 5.30 so we thought we would find somewhere but of course no joy! We had forgetting where we were and that the French don't eat before 7.30. So we decided to head home and go to the local restaurant Panuillue (the famous). This did not open until 7.30 either so we all ...
There was just one similarity to a day we spent in Italy in 2002. The weather wasn't similar. Today was overcast and eventually rainy.What was similar was that we drove for 2 hours to have a lunch in a renowned seaside port. In Italy we drove to Porto Recante on the Marche coast for one of the best seafood experiences in Italy. Today we travelled to Sete (pronounced "Set") for a genuine Bouillabaisse.
Sete is the last ...
Mid morning we left Skippy in the camping spot and walked around Arles. Admired the Amphitheatre called Les Arenes, one of the best preserved Roman sites in Provence. Currently having a complete restoration carried out, it's so good to see things are being preserved. To this day functions are held here including bullfights, bull races and other events regularly. We ...
... signal in our apartment. To thank her, we invited her down for an apéritif that evening where we continued our fascinating conversation with her, learned a lot about Séte and French life and much more about Lucas! It was a sad story.
By the end of our stay in Séte we felt like we were saying goodbye to a friend and have promised to keep in touch as she would love to visit Canada and is planning to use her apartment for vacation rentals and home exchanges. She ...