Le Clos de l'Aube Rouge
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... too angry. Actually, the lack of care that the city took for the site was upsetting. There was trash everywhere! I couldn’t take a picture of the right side of the building cuz it was so bad. It tarnished my view of not just the sight but the city too. I started noticing how dirty the entire city was. It just doesn’t have a nice feel to it.
Anyway, my final visit was to the Fine Arts Museum. I won’t assault you with ...
... much time for sunbathing! There are a plethora of interesting historic cities, towns and villages to explore, as well as the beautiful countryside of the Languedoc and Provence and, of course, the frenetic Mediterranean coast with its chic and stylish resorts crammed full of holiday makers.
If you are coming to the ...
... and dressing we left for dinner in Montpellier. The town was booming with young people having fun, hundreds of terraces on little squares with bars and restaurants. A real fun town!! We choose a little restaurant where we had a nice dinner and after we walked around for an hour or so. We got back around 12 and went to bed as tomorrow we wanted to leave at a reasonable hour. 20th We got up at 8 o'clock, had breakfast, got our calimero ready to go and went ...
... Something in the transmission to the rear wheels, possibly the differential. We are not amused!! Exactly the same as happened on Patrick's bike last year, also in France. Patrick very heroically peddles me and the dogs all the way back to the campsite. Call Hase bike shop in Montpelier and arrange to go in ...
... basin at Agde which was like a a junction where boats were coming from different directions into and out of the basin which was like a huge lock. Before we got there we had to pass a boat graveyard where sunken hulks were submerged but with the topside still visible. This was not just one but many boats. Not sure what the motive was to leave them there in the first place or why they were allowed to just lie there in a state if ruin. Certainly a huge eyesore.