Le Grand Hotel Moliere
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... route, but you discover and see so much that you might normally miss and we enjoyed some great views of the salt marshes. The town is as you might suppose very French, with some tiny shops, that sometimes to us appear to be trying to sell bric-a -brac and look as if their stock has not changed in decades, I hope this is not unfair!!! The cafes are tiny too and tables and chairs sit very precariously on the narrow pavements outside, the ...
... but when it did it was excellent, just like the Italians might have done it. By this time we were getting slightly chilly as we were under a canopy, so we headed for a bench in the sun and watched the world go by, then walked back for a cuppa. We thought we'd go to the coast tomorrow so walked to Carrefour for some bits and came back with a folding bike too! So muggings can cycle to get bread when it's too far go ...
... very hard to find any parking.
People were parked in any spot that they could fit in, whether it was intended
as a spot or not. The market was interesting and very large, with everything
that you might expect at a farmer’s market to have and much more. There was
seafood, sausage, jams, fruits, vegetable, handicrafts, clothing, etc, all over
the center of town. The evening was
spent between the house and the esplanade.
... As you enter the space, classical music is playing in the background and fresh cut white lillys are located throughout the store. Taking in all these beautiful sensory experiences, it is the jewellery pieces themselves are that truly works of art. Each item is crafted with a lot of love and detail – most of the items have intricate cut glass flowers that look real and yet light to wear. I loved admiring each of the pieces – ...
... good for her business! We also said our goodbyes to the pottery man with the traditional European two cheeked air kiss! I never did get fluent in French as he had encouraged me to... We also said goodbye to the owners of our "couvent" who also own the Cafe Blah Blah in town. They had got so used to us being around that they'd forgotten it was time for us to move on! I did a three-cheeked air kiss with Jean-Francois as apparently that's reserved ...