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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... had by all. Thankfully MIreille was able to bridge the language gap so we understood; I was able to communicate in garbled Fringlish at times.
The shortest of drives heading south has brought us to the charming city of Albi, dominated by its huge red brick cathedral [what French city isn't?]. We have had a short wander round and now its time out to rest. The travel has been pretty busy for a week and we have seen soooooo much. All a bit tiring ...
... 9am so we had basically given ourselves one hour to experience reputedly the largest market in Provence. And true to form, it was a sprawling expanse of a market, filling not only the town square but many side streets and back streets as well. But even with such a vast number of stalls to cover, in such limited time, it is amazing how quickly you can make decisions under such pressure and Susan would surely not be leaving Apt without leaving ...
... only just fit on them and felt like you were looking down the cliff face into the valley below.
The kids enjoyed the wildlife park, fed the small farm animals and horses.
We have had glorious spring weather with temperature around the 25-27degrees most days. David has enjoyed the riding in the hilly roads. ...
... and is being modernised as I type! The builders are in! There are no doors on the loo and shower block! Maybe they'll be fitted tomorrow! Crazy. This Aire is huge, right on the river, has a toilet block with washrooms, showers and loos all for free. We feel,very welcome and will make sure the town has some of our Euros before we leave. It's right on our doorstep and looks very interesting. We will investigate tonight. This town has seen better times but still ...
... place to go this year having read reports about road side protests making travelling difficult. Well, this particular road in rural France had just such a road block! A very remote road up over the hills! Not what you'd expect on a rainy Saturday afternoon. A bunch of interesting looking youths held placards up, jumped in front of us wielding said placards demanding that I stop. Well, would you? Non! Actually I did as one of them leaped in front of Elvis and on went the brakes ...