|Corner of Rue Fabre|
|Following The Way through pedestrianised streets of Montpellier|
|Cafe in front of St Anne's, which has a refuge for pilgrims|
|Fun band playing What Shall We Do With The Drunken Sailor, |
on the steps of St Anne's on a Saturday afternoon
|They are dancing to the music!|
The golden scallop shell markers lead on past these important places of pilgrimage to the Church of Saint-Anne, where there is a refuge that is open in the summer months, and then out along the remains of the Roman Aqueduct and off into the suburbs and eventually the hills around Montpellier.
|Now marking a traffic roundabout|
|Saint-Anne over the rooftops|
Well, EVENTUALLY it would take me across the Pyrenees and onwards. That's another story. This post is just concerned with the bit of the route that passes through Montpellier.