Quality Hotel Du Golf Montpellier Juvignac
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... Montpelier we chose Lodeve as the sign said Medieval town! Found a hotel close to the centre, had a wander around and enjoyed salad nicoise, sole and mushroom omelette in the courtyard of our hotel. We've noticed lots of people smoke and/or have dogs in France! Everyone nice - tomorrow we head to Carcassonne (it has a large medieval ...
... taste is Wow! A warming peasant dish in the nose to tail tradition. I dont get anywhere near finishing it. Michaels Rabbit is possibly the most tender I have ever tasted. A complete contrast in that it is a work of art in taste and presentation. Served with a dollop of sauce that turns out to be tandoori based but is so subtle. Again it is on another level of yum. We haven't been to this restaurant for a few years and are so glad to ...
... and shells of barns. Opening the apartment up was such a joy. My favourite moment of any trip here. The pale green shutters squeaking open, the noises flowing in once the windows were open. There are lots of people around. A band started playing in the Main Street which as been closed off to cars so I sit a bit longer in the wine bar and absorb. It's much nicer without the cars. Estelle tells me the festival de Pezenas is on (the last night) hence the music and food ...
... park and if we could find some bikes. Well the bike was a bit large for Corban so that had to go on the back-burner for another time, we ended up parking and walking through the Montpellier centre Historique area, some very beautiful buildings and monuments – Aqueduc Saint-Clement, Chateau d’Eau, Palais de Justice, Arc de Triomphe, Place Royale du Peyrou – Corban was fascinated and asked so many questions which Tony was really impressed ...
... with no English at all. She hobbled up into their yard to show us a gravel patch next to a tiny old facilities building. We cleared some rocks and broken tiles and were pitching the tent, when an animal; large cat, possibly small tiger; came silently sneaking towards us ready to pounce. We thought to ourselves, “Oh lord, not this again”. But we had more important things to worry about - food. We rode off guessing our way to a main town, when a foreign bright object ...