Campanile Montpellier le Millenaire
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... they came down the road so the timing was perfect, Toni even put on a quick step to get a few well timed photographs. We had decided to avoid the changing of the guards at Buckingham Palace and would head past later in the day. Leaving the Horse guards parade we went through the arch way and had a few photos with the guards and another few photos with the guards on horses teasing the horses with apples while the kids were having there photo taken. Leaving the horses ...
... way to the Place Royale du Peyrou (gardens) to enjoy the sun.
This is at the top of the old town and overlooks Montpellier and the surrounding area. There is an old aqueduct in this area that once supplied water to the town.
On our walk around the town, Sophie found an ice cream shop, and realised it was the same one as in Innsbruck. Of course we had to sample one and show Sue how fantastic they are.
We sat ...
... with all of the details which was completely unexpected. 10000 people of 38 nationalities interned
there and over 2000 Jews deported to Auschwitz. Children as young as 1 ½ were
taken to the camp, some with and some without mothers. A number of people jumped from the upper
levels of the camp as they did not want to go on the trains to an even worse
fate. It was a good reminder to us all
of what had gone before and what we don’t want to have ...
... t get out of bed till 12:00 (lunchtime) and went out to the shops. We went to a bakery for lunch, Maddi had a quiche and two macaroons. Corban had a ham baguette, pain au chocolat and a rouleau de saucisses. It started raining and we all got soaked. Maddi was bad and said to Dad “I don’t need my hat, its not like anything bad will happen.” She ended up with soaked hair.
Our first day in Montpellier with no one to help ...
... You show up at 10, and claim a spot. You place your chairs/towels/coolers as far apart as you can, while still making it clear that all this belongs to one party. You hold your ground for as long as you can, and realize that people WILL crowd in, you WILL lose some space, and in the end, you hope to have maintained a slightly smaller footprint that you would like, if there were no other people at all.
The matriarch of this family, though, clearly believed that ...