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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Free parking
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Oh what a beautiful morning. Oh what a beautiful day. I think you could make a song title out of this!! Early morning walk with Tess and what a wonderful sight and very little sound, only the birds and those Flamingos, it was truly magical and we enjoyed a great walk around the lake and back into town and back to Pierre. We set off after giving Pierre a good clean ...
Started the day doing the chores before leaving Leucate, thought we would drive a little closer to Narbonne ready for tomorrow. First stop over choice seemed a little barren, La Palme. Between Perpignan and Narbonne are 2 lagoons that used to be salt flats and La Palme seemed to be a little desolate, so we drove on to what sounded a lovely place Port La Nouvelle, how wrong can you be! Firstly we couldn't take the road ...
... lifetime just like Van Gough. Modern day X is no longer a 'sleeping beauty' but a busy university town whose students are revolting.....literally. Mass demonstrations were held on both days I was there, and when I asked the locals what the students were demonstrating about, the response was 'who knows, they are always marching'. This answer was of course was delivered with an appropriate shake of the head, upturned hands and a Gallic shrug. Vive la ...
... even though the Blue team was closest to winning that game as well. Everyone definitely worked up an appetite, so after running on the turf field, we loaded the coach and drove a short distance to a nature preserve where the locals had set up a picnic lunch for us. After thanking our hosts, we bid them goodbye and were off to Carcassonne which is where they filmed the movie, "Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves". Our guide, Ingrid, met us just outside the city walls. She took us around ...
... which is a famous dish in this area. I really didn't know what it was but turns out it is kind of a white bean stew. My restaurant had four choices starting with just some chicken in it, then they added a sausage, and then added a duck leg and finally added some other meat. I didn't realize that each one was built on top of the last one so mine had 3 meats in it. Lots of good broth and good meat and loved the beans. Would have been fun ...