Mercure Montpellier Antigone
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... the bus again to head to the the town of Marseillan on the Mediterranean. The group went on a private tour of the Noilly Prat, which is the maker of a vermouth. Johnny volunteered to see what is was like to stir from the top of the barrel. It was a very big operation and we were shocked to hear that they only had 15 employees. Evidently there is a lot of waiting around while the vermouth is aging from one stage to the next. Then, came the tasting - ...
... in a large room reserved especially for our group and everyone began displaying their food purchases (and other purchases). Jill definitely put MAP to shame. That girl can shop! She said she brought too many fall clothes and the weather here is definitely summer. not only did she buy new clothes in the market, but jewelry to match. MAP brought the most delicious assortment of cheeses - the basil and the tomato were both a big hit. We had olives, sausage, bread, desserts, ...
We have had a good rest over recent days and dried out all the soggy stuff from Germany. Off to Marseillan town on the bikes, about 5 kilometers. Very good cycle path all the way. Lovely breakfast by marina at the end of the Canal du Midi. Heading into middle of town a terrible noise from my gears and ...
Salut mes chatons,
So, as a more of a foot note from my last post, two more classes last week were cancelled which means I worked a total of 5 hours last week… All kinds of crazy!
I spent the weekend in Montpellier, again… It was a bit necessary as it was my birthday weekend and also the birthday weekend for a good friend of mine in Montpellier. So her and another friend of ours ( Laura and Laura) went down to Montpellier as well. The idea was that they ...
... first Tour. At 7 the next morning, our alarm was another French policeman knocking far too loudly for the time on Harold. In French and some decent miming, we were told abruptly we could not stay here, and were moved to campsite number 3. This was to be our last move thankfully, and last encounter with the French police for now.
All day I was struck by Le Tour fever. A different disease to previously mentioned Beatlemania and also alters from Laura actual ...