Auberge des Lices
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... Meanwhile we have at least organised the fridge mechanic to mend our fridge/freezer on Thursday, we hope. What an afternoon, all this took 2 hours to do nothing!! and we feel exhausted. Luckily we had chosen to stay in Narbonne about 10min drive for 2 nights and the aire is only 15 min walk into town, which we did and it looks very nice, so we will explore ...
... the mountains in the background, lovely. (You can just see it on the photo of the tiled pic) We packed up our late lunch into the backpack and went for a walk, Just opposite were what used to be the salt flats, with brilliant board walks. Phil was delighted, because right in the middle were a group of flamingos. Yesterday he said he thought he had seen some just before we pulled into last nights aire and I'm afraid ...
... packs for an hour or so looking for cheap hotels and hostels. Walking with all of your packs is a recipe for relationship disharmony so I was glad when we arrived at a decrepit looking hotel which cheap enough for us to stop and lighten out load. We walked through the streets of the city which had an amazing atmosphere, stopping to watch an open air dance class for half an hour or so. The next day was spent exploring the city. I can now tell you that Montpellier was home to ...
Spent a lovely evening at a local vineyard owned by an American and his wife from New Caledonia followed by a five course dinner (delicious small courses), we were the only ones there. There is a B&B attached.
When she knew we were from NZ she brought out Nadia Lim's cook book.
Nadia and her husband had stayed there and the owner's wife shared recipes and they are in Nadia's cookbook. Jaimie Oliver stayed here also.
Love Etta xx
... on a hill on one side and the Bastide of Saint-Louis on the other. The Medieval city dates back to around 122 B.C, while the Bastide is a newer suburb built on the flat land opposite the Medieval City starting in 1260. Given its age, the city has a varied history; from part of the Roman Empire, to religious crusades, forming part of the border of Spain and France.
The drive to Carcassone only took about 2.5hrs and we were there in plenty of time to spend ...