Today we left lovely old
lunch at a place called Marseillan. We only stopped because my friend has
a bit of a coffee habit and at first we
a bit disinterested in anything else; the place looked like a typical touristy family holiday resort sort of place but we noticed an interesting eatery in a road
of eating places that was pretty and quirky and absolutely packed - a good sign. We read the menu ... Carcassonne
Whilst pondering we each drank a Sangria, which was not as I think of Sangria at all but was rich and deep and port-like.
Then for €12.90 which at today's exchange rate is £10.88 I had ...
Not bad, eh? The meal came with a generous basket of bread and a bottle of iced water. The service was absolutely superb, the place well kept and the price included various taxes. How can they do this?
One more question ...
We saw the sea for the first time since getting off the boat at Roscoff (actually we didn't see it then - thick fog) and beside the beach was a sign telling you what you can't do on it. I understood the first four but what is this one ...
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