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... the two huge squares are lined with charming Dutch swan neck houses. The houses are the typical Dutch town houses tall and narrow. The ground floor and basements were shops and cafes with residential accommodation above. We had our last lovely meal in France on one of the squares this evening. As we walked back it was 2C and there was a strong north east wind blowing, the summer is really over, time to head home.
... undie designs out of the 4 you can get. I got the polka dot jersey and plain yellow boxers with the Tour de France sign on them.
We went to the beach - it doesn't have sand it has stones. We had lunch on the beachfront at a restaurant. When we got into the water we saw a whole lot of fish. I nearly touched some but they are too fast. There are big and small fish everywhere. A storm was coming so the water was quite dark and scary. It was warm though.
Then we ...
We are in a beautiful beach town and we're really excited for a day at the beach.
We set up our towels near the water and tried to make ourselves comfortable on the rocky shore with hundreds of other tourists. We had great views of the waterfront Cathedral to the left and the massive Castle to the right. The beach includes great people watching too. We eased ourselves into the cool water and soon we were splashing in ...
... morning was spent in that amble which found us arriving in a Mediterranean shore settlement of another kind. We passed through two small bays and climbed down to and walked along their stoney beaches, but Angelès was modern and a strange ghost town out of season. A full mega-marina with many big cruisers, lots of apartments facing the sea, surrounding plazas of innumerable restaurants, mostly closed, vast empty car parks, this is not a medieval ...
... mouth, old town in lee of the headland with narrow, stone-paved, pedestrian-only streets, houses painted all colours, shutters to contrast, plants and flowers galore, sea views on this warm windy day. Picture book stuff. We remind ourselves it was Alison's villages book again.
Lunch found us at L'Ambroise, a small place tucked in around the bay a bit ... we took a wrong turn after some rapid instructions from Celine ...