Lagrange Classic Les Résidences Vic La Gardiole
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... who had not woken up on the right side of the bed and was a little grumpy. While waiting for the 10:30 tour we went and looked through the Kings mint and coins. Heading back to the tour we went around different aspects of the tower including the chapel and several courtyards. The tour was fantastic, it was informative while also being quite humorous. The Yeoman was a great guide telling scary stories and making all laugh. To be a Yeoman you have to have spent 22 years ...
... cafe on a little square for a pre dinner drink and watched the Montpellier crowd. It certainly has a university town feel and is quite lively. Sue had a fantastic meal of foie gras(duck pate), squid and creme brûlée, while Phil enjoyed a salad, chicken mushroom and apple pie while sitting outside under a canopy. It was a great way to end our time in Montpellier.
Tomorrow we make our way into Spain ready for another European experience.
... a transit and internment camp for ‘undesirables’, artists, politicians,
journalists… and then the final period August 1942 to September 1942 was a
holding camp for Jews deported to Auschwitz via Drancy (another French camp).
It gave us all a ‘real’ understanding of what things were like in the past war
times and how sad and nasty life was for many people due to being different in
various ways. Corban was ...
... the cold showers and have become boring old "f******" instead as we are now in Canet Plage on Marestang Campsite. All facilities available including 3 large pools 2 of which are heated and one is covered as well, so it's like taking a bath - who needs showers. We can cycle, go to aqua gym, attend Happy Hour 2 for 1 drinks, play tennis and disco into the small hours to name just a few things. Not too mention 'Victory Day' and the largest car boot sale in the world, ...
... at massive servo. Pug is a French car and so is happy to sit up on the footpath like a couple of others.
On the road again - we finally get to the area we had earmarked. The cunning plan was to get onto the TdF actual route about 40 kms from the finish and drive along the route. That way we see all the people and villages setup for the day. Like many of our plans, we needed some flexibility in this one. Our slight delays and the ...