Abbeliss Polygone Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAbbeliss Polygone Hotel Montpellier
Well priced, very central location near cheap eateries and pubs.
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Had to leave the luxury hotel and took a wrong turn and ended up the mountain on a very small track. Did a upturn and it was off to Barcelona in the rain. Found parking really easily and started shopping up the Ramble. Had a lovely lunch and back in the car for the drive back to France. Our hotel in Montpellier had the girls convinced we would be …
After last nights Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and a late night which was going to bed at 11pm we had to wake up at 3am.
What a wake up call!!! Our taxi arrived at 4am.
Our Easyjet plane left at 7.20am with boarding from 6.30am. It takes an hour and a half to fly to Montpellier which is very close to our house in France. At ...
... Peugeot 7 seater.
Then Mum drove all the way on the motorway to Pezenas (40 minutes). We had to get some food from the Supermarche.
We then arrived at our house it is Saturday so Sebastian and for short Seb, our neighbour was home. He is very nice, he fixed lots of things for us at our house in France.
We unpacked everything ...
... a huge insight particularly for Maddi has to how some live. Shacks and cardboard houses on a block on the corner showed that life and life struggles are measured in different ways, a good reminder for Maddi about the privileged lifee she has. Now if anyone has stayed at Ibis Budget you will know, limited accommodation for you to sleep and that is it. Maddi was on a bunk above our bed, the toilet had a separate room with the shower and sink being in the same room. The shower ...
... to help Tony to prepare for the evening meal that Sophie, Barb and Roxanna our landlady and family who were coming for a traditional Kiwi Dinner. Tony’s attempt at Onion Dip (not as successful as it could be given there is no such thing as Reduced Cream in France and we had to use French Onion soup), chips, cheese, bread for nibbles, followed by delicious home-made garlic bread, the main of New Zealand lamb, roast potatoes, kumara, pumpkin all done in rosemary and garlic ...