Hotel Le Pressoir
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... even though our knowledge of french cuisine is improving. Still no frogs legs or snails yet but we may find these in Paris. Carcassonne is also a good place to cycle and we hired bikes one afternoon to ride along the canals and visit the lochs and see the many boats that travel up and down the canal. We watched one house boat travel through the first loch we came to which was fascinating. It was a large boat which just fitted into the loch and around three couples on ...
Friday 26 September
Drove to the village of Homps to visit the brocante (antique and vintage shop) where I selected some items and it was only as I came to pay did I realize that my purse was not in my bag. We returned to the canal boat but no one had handed in a purse. It must be at the house I thought. So home we went. But it wasn't there. We went to the restaurant ...
... a common salt tax collector who had an obsession to make the canal ‘idea’ work. We went through a lock and gazed enviously at the 5 star hotel barge.
Returned home and it was off to restaurant on the canal for Sandi’s 50th birthday celebration dinner. The dinner was lovely and the prices were very reasonable. You have to love France for that. ...
Headed south for a coastal drive around the outskirts of
Narbonne to Port-la-Nouvelle. A pretty
town with a lighthouse.
Stopped at Port-Vendres.
A harbor full of sailing boats and lots of restaurants where we found a restaurant serving moules and frites (mussels and fries).
In search of a lighthouse to view, we drove a very narrow scary
road around the cliff.
It really was a wonderful day! And it was nice to wake up somewhere that is "our bedroom" for 2 whole weeks. So after brekky, at almost 9am, we wandered down the narrow cobbled lanes and across the bridge to the public car park where Wendy was waiting with her van. Wendy is an English woman who teaches winemaking and runs these wonderful, informative and educational tours, and she has just bought a "ruin" to be renovated, opting to live over here full time.
We continued on to ...