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I like to think I've travelled quite a bit In fact one of my first memories is being pushed in my red and white candy stripe pram down 5th avenue starring at peanut butter and jelly jars at a small super market, then smelling the slightly off meaty smell of Irish stew thanks to near by apartments or story time lasting till sunrise....so routine was always more about what was achievable and convenient vs. 'what to expect when your expecting' ...
Jully 11 - Today was mainly a driving day - took about 4 hours and we have arrived in a rural area called Le Tarn - we are staying at Chateau des Salettes. Had a lovely picnic lunch of cheeses and sausages and yummy nougat from the market. Plus we drank our Chateauneuf des Papes wine. Lovely hotel to stay at in a picturesque setting.
July 12, 2014
Last night we had a lovely meal at the Chateau des Salettes restaurant – many courses ...
... and were soon walking the local streets to find the square where the diables and taballers would be starting their Sant Joan activities later, Placa de la Concordia. There was a café on the square and so we stopped for coffees and to admire the special saint's day cakes, the Cocas de Sant Joan, that were on display in a local bakers.
Afternoon was turning in to evening and we'd spent a lot of time either driving or in the sunshine today so ...
... served in time through the office. Attendant told Peter, just get on the train and pay the conductor. So that is what we did, except that the conductor never came to check tickets. People were on with tickets for today, with tickets for other days and without tickets! Peter put our bags up on the racks in 1st class where there was room, and we stood in some space between carriages. A man gave me his seat for a ...
... I tried all things Spanish- paella, tapas, sangria, and plenty of desserts and pastries along the way. Desserts are a must after all of that walking. I didn't quite make it to the beach, and while it was warm, it wasn't that warm. It was one of the best weekends so far, and I know I will have many more like it this semester.
Sneak Peak for next weekend's adventure: Ireland