Première Classe Sete Nord - Balaruc le Vieux
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... quite cod to say the least, mother nature for you. We cracked on and crossed the French border and stopped in a small town called az Le hermies. the then got ack in the saddle and carried on our journey, Rogers red light issue didn't go away and plagued him all day with his rear lights going off and on. Still it didn't stop us from carrying on our journey. We arrived in Beziers, hotel Le monesterie and washed and changed ready for the evening, for ...
... including, meats, cheeses, pasta, pizza and of course dessert! We even got to experience some opera, as they had a couple of singers come out a number of times throughout the meal. The highlight was when they did the Barber of Saville. On the way back to the hotel, we stopped at St. Peter’s Square for a photo op in front of St. Peter’s Basilica at night. It’s an early morning tomorrow, so we didn’t waste any time in getting to ...
was our last day in France. We did not want to spend the whole day cleaning,
doing laundry and packing, so we did make it to the beach in Meze, which was
only about 15 minutes away. Blake wanted to be able to play beach ball
volleyball and had spotted a net on the beach when we went for ...
... we were able to go quite far out and the boys were able to jump off the boat and slide into the water. The water was cold, but it was quite refreshing. We then headed home for supper, wine and a quiet night at home.
Tomorrow is our last day in France. We have had such a good time and we wish we had more time here, even though we are looking forward to going to Italy on ...
The first thing to do today is to stop and get the train tickets from Beziers as we pass through. Fortunately it s not far from the moorings to the station although given the choice of two ways of getting there, I pick the longer. There is an enormous queue in the ticket office and it takes an hour to get to the front. We would have liked an afternoon train so we don't have an early start as we are going to have to get back to Beziers from the next village on the canal but ...