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Vinaros and their beautiful church.
Vinaros and their beautiful church.
Our path to beach from our campsite pitch.
Morella is a really nice working port town, with lovely shops and buildings
Ready for the festival.
Gray and pups meet a friend.
Growing pups.
A postcard from the Becks family showing their first stop off point.
Best wishes from the Becks.
Le Tréport is a small fishing port and light industrial town situated in the Pays de Caux, some 21 miles (34 km) northeast of Dieppe at the junction of the D 940, the D 78 and the D 1015 roads. The mouth of the Bresle river meets the English Channel here, in between the high (110 metres) chalk cliffs and the pebbly beach. Le Tréport is also a sea-side resort and home to a casino.
Savannah, Serena and Graham set off for a long walk on the cliff top.
Savannah, Serena waiting for the Funicular Railway down to the town.
If you visit Tréport you must ride on the Funicular Railway. - The Railway runs from the top of the cliff, through the chalk tunnel and comes out above the roofs. - Construction of the Railway started in 1907 by men with pickaxes and two months later the two tunnels completed. The Railway then was inaugurated in 1908. 48 passengers squeezed together In the wooden railway cars, 48 in the 4 compartments. 2,000 visitors bought tickets that day.
  After a long pause, the Funicular Railway began to operate again in 2006 in response to popular request.
Riding on the Funiculaire du Tréport
The dogs having fun on the beach
Savannah, Serena having more fun in the surf.
We stopped off for night at an Aire near The Midi Cana. There are three motorway aires (service stations/stop-overs) on the Canal du Midi. - The canal connects the Garonne to the Étang de Thau on the Mediterranean and along with the 193 km (120 mi) long Canal de Garonne forms the Canal des Deux Mers, joining the Atlantic to the Mediterranean. The canal runs from the city of Toulouse down to the Étang de Thau near the Mediterranean. -  The Canal du Midi (Occitan: Canal de las Doas Mars, meaning canal of the two seas) is a 240 km (150 mi) long canal in Southern France (French: le Midi). Originally named the Canal royal en Languedoc (Royal Canal in Languedoc) and renamed by French revolutionaries to Canal du Midi in 1789, the canal was at the time considered one of the greatest construction works of the 17th century.
Boats at the boatyard on the Canal du Midi.
At the Aire a dog exercise and agility area was provided and it was compulsory for the dogs to have a go!
What a great view there is from up here.
I can do that as well.
We stopped off for night at an Aire near The Midi Canal and as you can imagine a did exercise and agility area was something the dogs had to have a go!
We stopped off for night at an Aire near The Midi Canal and as you can imagine a did exercise and agility area was something the dogs had to have a go!
After a long day travelling and all that walking we were ready for bed. Mummy and Daddy were all also worn out.
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