Thursday, September 08, 2011

Motorcycles in Sete

We arrived in Sete on Sunday afternoon.  We hadn't had much to eat, just toast and coffee at 4 am in Luton.  Across from our hotel were several restaurants.  I picked the one with the moules special for 9,50 euros.  I do love moules.
Motor cycles coming down the street.

Sometimes the crowd was as much fun to watch as the motorcycles.

After the parade, some of the riders came back to the restaurant to eat.
Just as we were finishing our food, the roar of motorcycles drew our attention to the street.  There must have been 1000 of them.  Big Harleys, smaller scooters, some with side cars, some with 3 wheels and all with smiling riders.
The next day, we found a poster in the window.


A big display and poster in the window at the Tourist Information


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