Residence Cap D'Agde Le Domaine Saint Clair
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... ended up at the marina where we had tapas the day before. As the day is very warm we decide to stop for a coffee en-route and Tess had an ice cream tub of water. We enjoyed an alfresco lunch of the usual(no wine) and a little ride around on the bike, I had forgotten how far you can get on a bike in a few minutes. Much later we decide to catch the last of the sun and walk to the ends of the marinas and as you can see, were treated to a lovely ...
Phil took Tess for an early morning walk only to find market stalls all the way alongside the canal where we enjoyed our walk in the sunshine yesterday when we were in town and there were about 50 transit vans but he only brought back bread though. Last night was quieter, we could only hear the lions a couple of times and this morning they're packing up to leave. The camels, lamas and horses are at the side of the road grazing (no lions). ...
... in sight. Guy's bible tells us not to miss Salagon and as it is not far away we decide to visit. It is an old priory which is a listed historical monument which is now a museum of rural life in the Haute-Provence. It has 6ha of gardens with 1700 species of plants in 5 themed gardens. It is a centre for scientific research on the know-how of nature. Very interesting but the wrong time of year to appreciate the gardens. No flowers or fruit as it is too hot.
... than not. So instead of a walk inside the Zoo we walked around the light bush area beside the zoo which was all tracked – just a short one 2km.
Throwing all caution to the wind we hopped in the car and went for a drive without any destination in mind, we did not end up in Barecelona. As all days would not be complete without a trip to a supermarket we decided to head to Odysseum for a shop. Sounds bad but went to Casino and 2 hours & 15minutes later we ...
... the next day. But with the sun we also got a lot of wind. Our first stop after leaving wine country was the medieval walled city of Carcassonne. We parked in the "new" city (built after French crusaders conquered the old city from the Count of Toulouse in 1214), but our destination (the reason to go to Carcassonne at all) was the rebuilt Cite across the river. Built by the counts of Toulouse and then made much larger by the French, it ...