Mercure Montpellier Centre
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Today we boarded the bus at 8:30 to drive to the medieval town of Pezenas. It was a very charming - cute little shops everywhere. We strolled around the town and took in the sites. There was an interesting Door Museum, which we wandered through and saw doors as old as the 16th century. The whole day was without the frenzy of a million tourists which made it very relaxing. We had a lovely lunch, some had crepes and some had beautiful salads. After lunch ...
Wednesday is Market Day in Sete and we are here! Our tour guide had everyone pull a food item from a hat and we were to purchase the items at market and meet back at the hotel for a pot luck lunch. What a fun and fabulous idea! Richard pulled fruit and I pulled bread, which was pretty easy to purchase. The difficulty was really in deciding which bread to purchase of all the choices. We made our purchases, the mainly just wondered around the market taking it all in. We all met back at ...
... Something in the transmission to the rear wheels, possibly the differential. We are not amused!! Exactly the same as happened on Patrick's bike last year, also in France. Patrick very heroically peddles me and the dogs all the way back to the campsite. Call Hase bike shop in Montpelier and arrange to go in ...
... one point a neighbor's calico kitten came running into the apartment to say hi and get some lovings.
My blog site has apparently forgotten that it exists. I sent a letter to Blog.com and hopefully they will resolve this issue soon. However, I was told about this website by a friend of mine and like it quite a bit more. I just finished adding all of my China blog to this site and some of my French blog.
From Montelimar, with love,
... and the obsession with an all over tan.
Cassis- Bandol was our launching pad for the nearby town of Cassis, which hosted a mountain in stage 5 of Le Tour. We made it to the hill with a day to spare, and as advised found a good spot roadside meeting a real Tour maniac in the process. Ultimately, the French police had others ideas and in a French back and forth with our new friend, we were moved on to campsite 2. Here we parked with some Norwegians also ...