Abasun Hotel Montpellier Centre
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAbasun Hotel Montpellier Centre
The staff was very nice and helpful, but what an abortion this place is. Bunk beds, really? It looks like they attempted to remodel the place some years back, but honestly I think I could have done a better job with my entry level carpentry skills. This place makes Mexico's construction workers look like skilled craftsmen. Doors that don't close at all, walls patched up with particle board and left unfinished, no towel racks, no place to hang any clothes, the toilet is too high off the ground, and no toilet seat? For God's sake man, show a little pride in your work! I thought these people were supposed to be more sophisticated than us. It's a far cry from their ancestors that built this country that's for sure. And wait until you see the little tiny toilet paper!
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Today we went to Montpellier and did some shopping.
It was fun but my feet really really really hurt it was too hot and sticky. I wanted some comfy shoes or some with roller skates in them!!!
Mum scraped the car wing mirror while driving into the underground carpark but didn't do heaps of damage.
We had lunch at Georges Cafe, it was ok. I liked Mum's chocolate frappe and the Bonaffi Pie.
We shopped ...
Our day started with a 45 min ride by bus to Pont du Gard, another UNESCO World Heritage site. Just a one kilometre walk and we arrived at the entrance to the large park reserve surrounding the roman aqueduct and housing a large museum. We decided to take in the aqueduct first while the weather was still not too hot. Our walk took us right to the aqueduct and we were able to cross the river below it on a ...
... a cold drink and relax before catching the train back to Nimes. There was a problem on the track and our return journey was very much slower by at least an hour. After getting off the public bus at the stop near our hostel we noticed a pizza food truck so we ordered a cheese pizza. The boys were still hungry so they cooked themselves some ...
... locked behind us Toni preceded to cook Anzac biscuits in the school kitchen, 5 groups of 6 children each time (just where you need to be when the temperature outside is over 30 degrees Celsius) and Tony became professional poi maker even getting the plaiting sorted. With the morning gone and the Anzac biscuits and Poi’s being a great success we met the kids and off home we trotted. Purchasing a baguette and a few extras from the Boulangerie we headed home for a bite to eat. ...
... can have on jacket potatoes here, because they don’t have cheddar or baked beans, and if I can’t make chilli… I’m sure I’ll work something out though – and it’s not as if Franprix is the only supermarket around, it’s just the closest. I can always have a look in Monoprix on the way home for lunch on Tuesday.
Anyway, I think this should be enough to keep you going for a while!
Love Chloe ...