The Amateur Traveler talks to Christine Cantera about her time living in the Languedoc region of France in the city Montpellier.
Montpellier is sometimes called the San Francisco of France. Christine shares with us a few thoughts about cafes, bars, which museums are worth it (and which aren’t), beaches, fortified cities, when to visit, and the one day of the year when nobody in France gets any work done.
She discusses what are her favorite 3 places to see in Languedoc including one seaside town that still has jousts but with a very nautical twist.
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La Dolce Vita
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Bar le Saint-Roch
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