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Clean, great service, cute accommodation!
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Today we explored Carcassonne. Jack and I woke up around 10 and walked to get breakfast. On the way, we passed a beautiful old church. After breakfast, I took a nap. In the afternoon, Jack and I walked to the Medieval City. We met up with the other kids and toured the chateau/castle and the basilica, and shopped around. Inside the basilica, we saw …
... truly extraordinary centre. Very glad we did as it was something special and we decided to have lunch. Plat de Jour, which was Turkey with Apricots and Tagliatelle and a jug of red wine for a change with a citrus crepes to follow, as per usual, fantastic. Enjoying all this sitting outside in the sunshine without a cloud in the sky and almost to hot!! When who should come walking along but our new old friend Ian, he ...
... more like Italy than the France we'd driven through so far. We had been told that a lot of the supermarkets had washing machines in their entrances (clothes wash whilst you shop). So we stopped at a hypermarket on the way, no sign of any machines, so got the shopping and had lunch. As we were leaving, across the road in the petrol station, were a row ...
... minute walk could easily have been 2 hours in my mind. On our way up to the Castle entrance we stopped to listen to an artist play an instrument that reminded us both of the sounds of India. We were funnelled into the Castle with loads of other tourist all set up with their cameras and audio guides. It didn't take long before I began to cringe with the number of people around me. The solitude of being on the bike and on the open road was ...
... Sete. It's on the Riviera, but it’s more of a family town rather than a show-pony town. Driving in over the bridge we noticed that canals run all through this town and it’s called "The Venice of the Riviera." We didn’t manage to get any good pics, but the town was so cute! We swum at the beach and the water was warm compared to the Baltic ice of the Gardon River. A fairly gross and overpriced lunch at a beach café saw us ready to head for the Minervois ...