Narbonne Warnings and Dangers

  • Completey full!
    Completey full!
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  • Cyrille with a bottle of local wine.
    Cyrille with a bottle of local wine.
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  • "left", "no, other side", "what are you...
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    Complet - full - camping!

    by Jerelis Written Dec 9, 2011

    Staying at a camping in France is probably the most economical way to enjoy the beautiful country. Whether you're planning a long vacation or just a weekend getaway, a camping is always a refreshing break from your daily routine. The best time to go camping in France is during April, May, September and October. You will notice that all campgrounds are less crowded then, and some of the best weather of the year happens during those months.

    Don’t make a mistake, because do keep in mind that the French campgrounds are very popular. So do avoid the disappointment of arriving at a full campground by reserving your campsite at least 6 months in advance. Reservations are generally easier to make if you begin camping mid-week. It also helps to have a few campgrounds in mind, in case your first choice isn't available. If you qualify for any discount (AAA, Senior Citizen, etc.), be sure to ask for it when you make your reservations.

    To me the above picture of a full camping is a childhood nightmare :)

    Completey full!
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    • Family Travel
    • Camping

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    Talko to someone who knows ...

    by Jerelis Written Aug 30, 2011

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    I guess we all agree on this on; there is nothing more exciting than going travelling - exploring another country, experiencing a different culture, travelling around in new ways, sampling the local cuisine and chatting to the local people for a different perspective on life.

    However during our travels we learned that there is one certain thing that you should be aware of and prepared for to make sure that the trip is as easy and enjoyable as possible. We always try to see everything once we're there, but this is not always an act of responsible travelling. We always talk to the locals and we know that they have the information about just the right spots to visit and how to undertake them. It will not only enhance your experiences but also avoid any unnecessary hassles.

    For me the travel tips I have written down in this section made the most of mine travel experience and I came home in the same happy, healthy state that I left.

    Cyrille with a bottle of local wine.
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    • Hiking and Walking
    • Historical Travel

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    Reading a map!

    by Jerelis Written Aug 30, 2011

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    Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus, the catchy title of the 1992 bestseller by John Gray, succinctly expresses an ancient dilemma. What--if anything--do men's and women's brains do differently?

    The general statement that men and women respond and behave differently under the same circumstances is true; For example, from the crib, male babies tend to be more aggressive and females more passive. As adults, in spatial operations, men have the edge in such skills as negotiating a maze, reading a map, and quickly discriminating between right and left. Men also perform better than women when asked to visualize an object and imagine rotating it. On the other hand, women tend to perform better than men when asked to look at objects of different shapes, sizes, and colors, and then to group them in some order.

    This still doesn't explian why a woman turns the map all around when a man is asking for the road to travel, while I like the map at one point so I can better visualize our position. Help!

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    Look where you're walking.....................

    by leics Written Apr 12, 2006

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    ........the Narbonnaise like their dogs (I saw lots). They like to walk them, on or off the lead. They don't seem to like collecting the mess their dogs leave behind. So watch your step!

    (You'll be safe in the cloisters!)

    Cathedral cloisters
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    • Seniors
    • Singles

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