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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... about every French city is that there are always so many places you can stop and get a bite to eat or something to drink, grab a seat outside the restaurant and watch people passing by, tourists, locals, students, we’re all living a different life and have the chance to encounter one another in different stages of our lives. It’s pretty neat to think about.
K, I think that’s all I want to say about Montpellier.
Onto the next city, Marseille. ...
... a decent sized town square. We sat in the square soaking up the sun and ate quiches and salad for lunch (a local speciality). The town also has a Goya museum which we stayed well clear of!! And I went to my first 'hole in the floor' toilet since being on holidays. Hopefully it is my last! Final stop for the night was Albi, a small town with two claims of fame: it has an absolutely huge cathedral, and it is the birthplace of Toulouse Lautrec. It is ...
Pack up at gite as we have to leave today. Goodbye to lovely grandparents, Pirette and Serge and the rest of family at Ecole de Saint Roman. We cannot go too far as Patrick has a dentist appointment for a broken tooth later this afternoon. So Aigues-Mortes again, this time to walk the ramparts. When we arrive we are not allowed to take the dogs with us. Too hot to leave them in the car. Nothing is going right! Sulky lunch then off to dentist. Dentist, ...
... feat, this huge aqueduct has 3 tiers with 35 arches and is 50 metres high and 275 metres long. We walked along it marvelling at its sheer size and puzzling over how on earth they managed to manoeuvre the huge blocks of stone used to build it.
Another great day we ventured into Provence to a quaint little village called Les Baux de Provence, sitting on a rocky hilltop. We walked around the cute little streets to the top of the town where you can climb ...
EM_TY are back on the road!!
The road home:
We spent the last few days in Cadaques much the same as all the others; eating, drinking, wandering and hanging with Pedro. He had taken us on a little ride into the National Park – Cap de Crues – where there is a property he is the caretaker for. It was an incredible panoramic view of the coast with a private beach, massive house, orchards and walking tracks. But even more impressive was the layers of ...