Hotel des Croisades
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... A cannon and a dry thatched roof don’t really mix. The several differences that exist between the new and old were that they used cashmere Goats hair in the cement mix instead of cows hair, they also had four exits instead if the 1 that existed in the original theatre. The new one holds up to 1000 people, in the original they would have had over 3000 patrons in the open aired theatre. No toilets except for the Thames so one option if you were standing was to go ...
... in central Montpellier – Tony, Maddi and Corban
dropped Toni off to pick up the curry and then had to drive around and around
for ages as they could not find a carpark – peak hour traffic in CBD
Montpellier is a little crazy. Very
yummy curry in the end, lamb with spinach in and the kids all ate it!!
Saturday 28th – up and away early for our nearly
two hour drive to Aix-en-Provence where we were staying a night ...
... it wasn't for us. She did however advise that on the western side, there was a refuge where they fed the flamingos and therefore we could expect to see more of them and closer up.
Once back to Villeneurve, the road across to the west is very well paved and an easier drive. Only the occasional white horse and bull to see and drainage canals on either side of the road suggest that this might be where there is some agriculture, including the ...
... pretty town and worth remembering for next time. The harbour is open to the sea. Gerrit remembered it from 40 years ago when he was last there. Thats how memorable it is. Our first lock was at St Gillies. Piece of cake with gerrit jumping up on the wall with the lines like a mountain goat. as it turns out we could have done all the lines from the boat. It all happened at a leisurly pace as the barge in front was topping up his water. So we waited. And waited a bit ...
... t go. Back to Roujan. Restaurant Lou Baralet. We had the option of eating inside or in a courtyard…opted for the latter. Only other table occupied was by two “young guys”who came in after us without a reservation and who turned out to be a couple of Qantas flight stewards from Melbourne. Obviously camp as a row of tents and a nicer two guys you would never meet. They are flying on the A380 routes out of ...