Première Classe Sete Nord - Balaruc le Vieux
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Neville got up through the night to go to the toilet and noticed some things had been moved on the bench. Then he saw the passenger's door was open a bit and when he went outside the keys were in the sliding door. They had been in his jeans pocket. His money belt was gone too from up beside our bed Outside we found some stuff on the ground and some more things on a picnic table nearby.
Luckily his money belt was there and so were ...
... leisurely walked down to the restaurant. There are very little pavements in servian so we risked our lives trying to walk down the street which was packed with cars. We finally made it and were presented with this sort of cafe style restaurant, very simple in design and about half a dozen tables. On first site it did not look like much. But we had no other option so we sat down. We ordered all our food and when ...
... to get a headache. On that ride Dad showed us how to use our big chain ring. The big chain ring is really really nasty when you are going into a head wind.
Then when we got home we headed to the pool for a quick swim to cool off.
We had a late tea, which I cooked with Mum's help. It was so nice.
Then after tea we had an early night.
... we parked there anyway.... Walked back a hundred meters or so to the village and had a wander around. It was, as told, very cute, but in typical, and so frustrating fashion, they almost see you coming, glance at their watch and say " Sacre Bleu! Nous avons douze heures. (12.00) and slam the doors, pull down the shutters and shut up shop for 2 bloody hours! And they wonder why the economy is stuffed? Because the *******s won't fricken work! ...
... which we bought a few weeks ago - recommended combo! Monday, we visited Minerve as highlighted in a number of reviews. The history of this village centres on the Cathars and is perched on a rocky hilltop, with a deep limestone gorge below. Thankfully, tourism has not yet spoiled it too much, retaining much of its original architecture, and sufficient discreet interpretation material to get around, as well as the unique Museum ...