Mercure Montpellier Antigone
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Getting closer to the Cote d'Azur in Montpellier, although this city is not built right on the French Riviera, it is close enough to be able to travel to a beach for an afternoon and get your Fall tan on.
We quite liked this city….however had an interesting experience with our "hostel." To keep it short, I’m glad I was not by myself, as this guy checking us in totally creeped me out, and everyone else for that matter. He wanted the payment in ...
... does a temporary fix on the tooth and refuses any payment. How extraordinary and kind. Back to Marsillargues to chambre d'hote for one night. Beautiful 18th century town house with amazing collection of antiques and ethnic art. Dinner in Marsillargues and one last glass of wine in the Cafe du Midi, our favourite haunt. This time we get free peanuts and olives, a sort of loyalty scheme reward perhaps? I think I get a smile from the owner but it is hard to ...
... gruesome or shocking. We saw two different toreros in 3 rounds each – one of the toreros was on a horse, whilst the other was just himself and the bull. I actually preferred the torero on the horse – watching the way he controlled the horse and the horse literally dancing different steps around the bull was really something else. The torero on his own was also a sight to see, and man you would need some balls to do what they do! Some of the best toreros ...
... hang out or meet up as they had a lot of studying and preparations to attend to. One friend also believed that I was going to be staying in Montpellier for the entire week until after Halloween. As much as I wish that was the case, I would not be able to afford that! I finally got a hold of the person that was to host us and was met with the same response, and he asked if I found anyone to host me yet! I was of course shocked and reread our ...
... Following this, Laura overcame her fear of bikes on the road and we peddled into the city from out campsite, just to fit in with the once again lovely locals. The city was charming, we kissed the frog, visited the Frites Museum (French fries are of coarse a Belgian innovation) and saw Christ's blood. The numerous squares, parks and interlaced canals sets Brugge as a truly beautiful city, we are really starting to like Belgium at this point and their beer more ...