Hotel Abbaye Ecole de Soreze
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- Pets allowed
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... up on his way through and decided to drop in for lunch at his favourite restaurant, well very small world indeed. Lunch was a long lazy affair for us, 3 hours, how very French. Took Tess for a lovely walk along what we were guesting must have been an old railway line and back for a desperately needed mug of tea. Great day. PS: just found the wether forecast, we thought it was warm and hope you're as warm where ever you ...
Woke to sunshine again, decided we could cope with all the niggles, even the fridge decided to play up again last night. We decided to head south towards the Pyrenees. Took the toll road down and around Toulouse as it seemed the best route. Coming off the motorway it seemed we'd entered another country. Even the houses were different, squarer and lower roofs. ...
... so in the end they took me to a nondescript bit of pavement and left me. Eventually a bus rolled up to this unmarked area but it had no number on it and no destination and it was only after I asked the driver that I knew it was my bus. It is not a very good system and I was glad that my rudimentary French was sufficient because if I had failed to catch this bus I would have had to wait four hours for the next one.
Back at the site with my freshly ...
... banks. There were also quite few barges on the canal - what a life. After our wine tasting we were All more relaxed and quite chatty when we returned to the bus to head to lunch. Lunch was at a seafood restaurant on the edge of Saint Martins saltern. The salt pansI stretched as far as you could see. Some were quite pink in colour. There was harvesting occurring close to the restaurant. I was amazed we had actually reached the coast - the landscape had also changed as we came closer ...
Argh what a fun day. Have been saving up my visit to the medieval citi of Carcassonne because they are having a medieval festival this weekend. Up relatively early, pack my bag because I'm staying the night. I hit the road by 10 and arrive a bit after 10:30. The place is buzzing, people and cars everywhere. Finding a parking spot is the challenge. I want to explore the town first before I head up the hill to the citi as that's where my motel is, 200 metres from the citi. The town is ...