Première Classe Sete Nord - Balaruc le Vieux
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... the kids went back for more, while Serena and I lazed at the van having a well earned forty winks. After all the excitement we came back for a stroll on the beach before our barbecue tea. Mark, Blake and I played bouls for an hour then I took the dog for her walk on the beach and took some photos (especially for Wayne) these were took about 2030hrs, a nice end to the ...
... for the big crowds but as we had got in at the
beginning of the day we were the crowd so like 99% of the entering crowd we
made our way to the Mona Lisa ("La Joconde" in French) expecting not to get too
close. Entering the Denon wing was the first time we had to produce our tickets
which means you can get into the whole musee but can’t get to the exhibitions
which are off in a spider web of hallways without producing a ticket (if you
wanted to ...
... Dave won the honour of taking him on first, soundly beaten it was then my turn. First one to 13 points wins and within 3 hands I was 7-0 down, but with bulldog spirit and a little luck I got back to 7-6, then it was 11-6, 11-8, and then Charlie despatched me 13-8. Both Dave and I were soundly beaten every time until we called it a night. Not so good for the English but a really enjoyable night learning and ...
... there are kilometers of beaches. The Mediterranean water was cool but very pleasant; a nice blue and refreshing. The beach was great and since it was so long, it was not that crowded, in spite of the sweltering heat. It was a great day at the beach, relaxing and playing in the water. Of course, we came home with more than a few shells as ...
... 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 ...