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... savouries in the evening with other guests; the delicious breakfast with the usual buffet of fresh baguette, croissants, coffee, tea and so on and more fresh fruit and fruit compotes made by Babette to go with cereals or yoghurt; her helpfulness and generosity in all things, washing and drying our clothes, providing us with champagne on the night of my birthday and giving me a dozen beautiful red roses and a farewell bottle of wine as well. ...
patisserie windows really does just blow you away.
We settled down for a scrumptious coffee
to kick the morning off to a great start. Even in the early morning, the sun
was up bright and early and there was a delightful sea breeze. If you are lucky
enough to catch such a beautiful time of day, my advice is to close your eyes,
take a deep breath, and soak up the splendid moment. It is rare ...
... but Narbonne is definitely a chill-out pad!
In Narbonne, there is a list of restaurants and bars as long as your arm! Whether you fancy a cheeky demi at 11:00 am, or watch the fun creep down the blue skies in the evening, you can be sure to find something to quench your thirst and sizzle your taste buds.
... to the road for a car to stop. It seems it is pure mathematics, because just 5 minutes later a car stopped. A father and his daugther offered me to take me to a town nearby in the way to Perpignan. I accepted with pleasure. I had done it! I had jumped for the first time in the car of a stranger who was offering me altruisticly to take me just for rising my hand. It was an amazing feeling. He left me in the bus station of the town, where a bus for only one ...
... pretty interesting and very different from anything else I have seen on my trip. Of course they have turned this into a tourist trap though. Where the old town of Carcassonne would have sat outside the castle protected by the fortress walls there area has now been turned into a sea of shops, cafes and restaurants selling anything and everything you can think of. The only difference is these are King, Queen, Knight and Princess themed opposed the the standard France "junk" that ...