Le Clos de la Glycine
Travel Blogs from Roussillon
... as the lady in the shop fell in love with the girls and insisted on taking their picture every time they put on a new item... I think she may use it for their ads? Anyway we had lots of fun was like a real shopping spree - Paul did well by sitting down on the drum seats provided and just let us all get on with it. I did not however find anything that worked for me - shopping and trying on clothes when feeling hot and bothered was not something I fancied doing (also ...
... to do and the girls were happily keeping themselves amused in the tent so I just got on with a few things. The twins wanted to watch Frozen so I took Lily and Ruby out for a bit of an explore of the private coves to see which one we would go to later. They are all rocky beaches (the last sandy beach in France is just up the road) and we had a bit of a paddle in a couple and then headed back to Sven. I bought a snorkel set for ...
... This was mine and Pauls way of trying to cool them down yesterday as we don't have a hose or paddle pool so we gave them a bucket of water which then ended up as mud slop and roo and leggy covered in dirt (we are looking for a paddling pool now). Anyway, we moved on at about midday as we had a fair drive to our campsite in France. A little sad to be leaving Spain (as not 100% sure how we felt about our time there) and happy to be going back to ...
... water so we were satisfied. Prices in Nice appear to be very high. Beautiful yachts and pleasure/ leisure cruisers around here.Peter did decide on a great restaurant, Restaurant Nha Trang, and we had a delicious meal there, along with quite a few French locals.
Train left on time in the morning but somehow ended up arriving late in Marseilles. Late meant we had no lunch break- but a very quick walk and trundle along from platform A to ...
... a grass snake! Just when I was thinking my Tintern first aid course may be put to good use, we discovered that these snakes were non-venomous and mainly eat mice. What a relief!!
We saw some of Picasso's ceramic creations and oil paintings at the Modern Art Museum in CÚret where many famous artists lived during the early 1900s. During WW2, other famous artists took refuge there. The town is also famous for the first cherry ...
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