Residence Cap D'Agde Le Domaine Saint Clair
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... the road and only cars were allowed through. We are a ,low profile, MH and they let us through. At first the presence of so many police made us think there was some sort of incident - terrorist or otherwise. There were hundreds and hundreds of lorries queuing up.
We soon ...
... graveyard. Throughout there are maxims, poems, and other profane and sacred messages to give some thought during the tour. The catacombs hold multiple bones of people who were once famous. Clarke and Anie descended down 130 steps to get to the catacombs. As the catacombs were Anie’s idea, Clarke wasn’t very happy to be going into an underground graveyard. To get a laugh, Clarke tickled ...
... and with God". A necessary teaching that I feel some DTS's miss out on, since our whole entire walk with God is a relationship!
Week 5: "Intimacy with God through understanding the Fear of the Lord"
Such an incredible and challenging week, especially after getting things cleared up with God's father heart for you, it's hard to turn around and think about fearing Him! But it was taught in such an incredible and loving way that ...
... 8364;1, goodness my husband knows how to treat me :-) . The sun had come out (typical) and we had a lovely 5km cycle back to the site, warm breeze and the sun on our backs (sweaty by now). Arrived safely, as I did the funbus work, ie making the bed and a little light hoovering, Andy gave the outside the once over with my dishcloth!!!! Settled down with a beer and a read. Decided to give the site shop the once over, it was like ...
... 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 ...