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... well-preserved, with a pleasant, busy atmosphere. When tourist sites get too busy in summer, there are several lovely gardens in which to take time to relax and unwind in the sunshine.
Of course, with the seaside not very far away, you may wish to relax on a beach instead, but with so much to do in this area you will ...
... 5.00 and there isn't a tourist left. It's almost German inits efficiency. Our choice was to walk with them back around the ramparts or have them let us through a gate over one of the entrances to descend to the street inside the walls. The latter was our option, and Ches walked around the inside to do some shopping while I walked the outside to photograph.
I found her coming out of a shop 30 min later. As she still had shopping to do, I took up ...
... spun it around to get the larger cog into the chain and then rode that up the hill, at the top it was the reverse. I loved the cut away drawings of the old sturmey archer internal 3 speed gear system from about 1908 - it looked much the same as the one's that I saw running around in the UK in the sixties. Some bikes with candle and oil lanterns.
Brilliant atmosphere and build up for the tour though to get a good viewing point you had to commit ...
... Not easy to find a berth but we found a place behing a shing Cat. The wind is howling still. The 40 knots we had in the morning has backed off. Still 25gusting 30. with Red all tied up we walked ashore and dee arrived. I thought it was great timing but it turns out Dee was waiting in the park long enough to have a nap. We took a visit into town and had wine and coffe before attacking the supermarket. we remembered the wine, beer Rillette and bread. But forgot the ...
... a port at Aigues-Mortes. Offering high country land near Sommieres, he arranged a trade with the Abbey Brothers of Psalmody to acquire the swamplands known as "dead waters" or stagnant waters. Aigues-Mortes, then situated on the shore of a large lagoon, joined the sea via a branch of the Rhone and river delta channels. In order to attract settlers to his new city, unfortunately surrounded ...
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