Goodbye, Spain, and hello, France! We left Barcelona (and our teeny tiny hostel) pretty early on July 5th, and we drove toward Carcassone. Carcassone is a little town that looks like it was taken straight out of the middle ages. It’s completely surrounded by stone walls, and has a castle in the center. Sadly, we didn’t have enough time to explore this city, just enough time to get some lunch and some souvenirs before we hopped back on the bus to our stop for the night.
Our stop for the night was Nimes, another smaller city in the South of France. Once we got settled in, we took a stroll through the city center. I was surprised to pass a small ampitheater, similar to the colloseum in Rome. After a few photos, we made our way to a little crepe shop to share a crepe as a group. The crepes were fantastic; I had a savory one with ham, egg, and cheese. Once the crepes were gone, we split up for dinner. Sarah, Jess, and I ended up getting Domino’s Pizza, mostly because we were exhausted from our transfer day and didn’t feel like waiting for real food.
Once we got our pizzas we hung out in our rooms and I worked on catching up on some blog posts, much like I’m doing right now.
Next stop: Nice!
Stay tuned for more updates,
xoxo, second sister suzie