Kyriad Montpellier Ouest - Sete Balaruc
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Just a few words about today, we had the typical lazy Sunday. Up not too early and a nice breakfast croissants fresh from the bakery on site. A bit of a sort out and down the pool for 1030hrs, unbroken sunshine for the next couple of hours meant we were in and out of the pool cooling off. Back for lunch, not a Sunday one but fresh bread with ham and salad, Mark, ...
... of weapons and uniforms tracing French military
conflicts including Napoleon's gilded tomb it was still open, it was 10:45pm.
So as you do, you visit musees in the middle of the night, later finding out
that they open the musee’s free late at night once or twice a year. We were
waiting to be asked for a ticket but continued through the chapel which was a
stand out in itself, past a lot of weapons, uniforms and military regalia
including a number ...
... the poor girl trying to serve us. We returned to camp late afternoon and fitted an hour of hole digging and shell collecting before a barbecue supper, well why not. Thursday dawned very still the wind that had been blowing on and off for the last couple of days was down to a gentle breeze so the sun could give us its full attention. After a slow start we were at the pool for 1100hrs and Serena and I were in and out of the water trying to keep cool, the ...
... you could see through the tunnel from end to end so rather boring. We also went over the famous aquaduct that is on many the canal images. And finally to top off the day we went through the "staircase" locks which are seven locks in a row. It was the easiest and quickest of all locks and quite popular with tourists happy snappy away at us little champions. Tomorrow we are visiting Beziers. It is one of the oldest cities ...
... and courtyard. Every bit of floor is covered in mosaics. Unbelievable craftsmanship. The reason why the mosaics are well preserved is because the villa was almost completely covered by a landslide in the 12th Century. In the 19th Century they were rediscovered however not until the 20th Century when excavating did the magnitude and magnificence of Villa come to light. You must add this one to your bucket list! Syracuse Syracuse has a famous archaeological park which hosts ...