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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... the bulls are not actually killed. Still, it is amazing to think that this venue has been used to entertain so many people over such a long, long period of time.
Aside from the Roman remains, Nimes also has a number of interesting architectural buildings of different time periods and the old town is pleasantly ...
... but getting there was going to be fun. Jacques insisted we take our car and luggage right to the door, unload, then park free somewhere out of town.
After hopping into the passenger's seat, Jacques commenced giving directions to our apartment. This should be easy, right? ......Wrong, Jacques is of Chinese descent brought up in the Phillipines, living in France and loved to chat, communicating directions was never going to ...
... a bit muddled after a few mojitos. Home to bed just before midnight which did not give Toni a lot of sleep before an early rise at 4.15am. Going to be nice to see the Sisters tomorrow.
Saturday 5th – The Sisters are arriving – With Toni out of the house just before 5 and off to the airport/Paris to meet her sisters off the plane it was all go for her but the rest of us did our best to ignore her leaving even though Corban got up to say good ...
... was a room for three we got another room which would become the boys room while the girls had the original room. It was cheaper to have a second room than get a room that fitted us all elsewhere. After dinner, a bit of TV (even a little English) and Corban having a shower amongst the changing disco colour lights the boys left the girls and it was lights out.
Monday 25th – With today being a public holiday (Pentecost Monday/Lundi de Pentecôte) we spent a ...
... and cheese and meats – a real French lunch! Then I went back to work, and Chris made yummy pasta for me for tea. On Friday I had language school in the morning, then we went for lunch at the lovely 10€ menu patisserie place (see picture on the left) and then we packed up ready for Chris to go home.
There was a lot of food last week. I haven’t even mentioned all of the biscuits and cream cakes and other noms that we had. So this week ...