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  • From Place de la Comédie to Le Polygone
    From Place de la Comédie to Le Polygone
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  • Walking in old Montpellier
    Walking in old Montpellier
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    Small shops in the city center

    by BurgerQueen Written Oct 22, 2007

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    If you like shopping, you cannot miss the small tiny shops in the streets of old Montpellier. Big chains have still not opened here and there are a lot of small stores selling wonderful gifts and second-hand clothing. You cannot miss them!

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    Le Polygone: Shopping in the city centre

    by BurgerQueen Written Oct 22, 2007

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    Le Polygone is the only shopping mall in old Montpellier. It's a good place to have lunch and to relax while touring around the city center, Le Polygone also includes Galérie Lafayette, a large department store very popular in France.
    Other shopping malls can be found outside Montpellier.

    From Place de la Com��die to Le Polygone

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    Arte-Domitia: Art in Pezenas

    by GUYON Updated Aug 18, 2006

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    Modern paintings with an original style.
    The boss is often out (bloody artists !). So make an appointment by phone before coming.

    What to pay: The artist is not yet known. So you can have a fair price. Go there quickly before he was at the Louvre Museum.

    Arte-Domitia
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    Polygone: Fashion

    by salinhopt Written Feb 24, 2004

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    The distric is organised arround a large mall. The project was managed by the catalan architect Ricardo Bofill who chosed to design a neo-classic style distric with colonnade and pediment.
    The result is very spectacular and homogeoneous.

    Montpellier - Polygone

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    Can't remember: Cakes not Carpets

    by toontraveller Written Jan 26, 2004

    Nothing special, we just stopped at this shop in Pezenas for a cake and a coffee while the others shopped.

    What to buy: Anything but the chocolate slice. It looked fab but it really did taste like carpet. It took me an hour to finish too. I can manage a Birketts meringue in under 2 minutes!

    What to pay: A english pound should do it

    Cake shop worker and Mark
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    Berlingots de Pezenas: Candies in Pezenas

    by GUYON Written May 11, 2003

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    Do not make any confusion with the berlingot of Carpentras, the one of Pezenas is rectangular and hand made.
    But like its cousin, it is made with flavored sugar.

    What to pay: I do not remember the price I pay for a sack plenty of Berlingots but I remember they were cheap.

    Berlingos de Pezenas
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    Same one again: Too many cakes

    by toontraveller Written Jan 26, 2004

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    We only had one cake there that day but we met one of their best customers.

    You would never have known eh!

    Back again!
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