Campanile Montpellier le Millenaire
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Even though the carpark at the top was still reasonably full, likely from the local
residence we managed to find a carpark before the crowds started to arrive. The
little village which is considered to be in the official group of one of the
most beautiful in France had still not really awaken yet was it was time for a
coffee at the café on the entrance to the village over the bridge. It was
awesome to have coffee in the beautiful ...
... much time for sunbathing! There are a plethora of interesting historic cities, towns and villages to explore, as well as the beautiful countryside of the Languedoc and Provence and, of course, the frenetic Mediterranean coast with its chic and stylish resorts crammed full of holiday makers.
If you are coming to the ...
... coached from the side she really took to it even though there was a yellow wind warning. From the video taken by Dennelle she looked incredible. After rugby Tony and Corban picked Maddi up from Gaia’s house and home for dinner which had been prepared by Tom and Rosemary. With two kids very tired it was not a late night. Toni and the girls were in London for their first full day and managed to find the shops, Hyde Park and a little drink to keep them entertained. Big ticks for Nero’s Coffee in ...
... evening and so did all the kids. Our kids even got to watch a
little English television. With all a little tired it was home for bed at a
late hour of about 10.30pm.
Sunday 21st – French Father’s day – Tony was
encouraged to stay in bed so Corban made sure that happened and jumped all over
his father while the girls got to and made breakfast which was fresh
strawberries and raspberries on crepes, one may see them on ...
... the Rhone runs right through the middle of the City - something you get a great view of from the Papal Palace, once the home to the Pope back in the day before he decided to settle in Vatican City in Rome. Trust me. Chester ain't no where near as nice, plus Avignon is not near Wales which I'm guessing to many, is probably viewed as a plus :-). With mooch about complete, we ventured next to Uzes, about 40km west of Avignon. We ...