Citadines Montpellier Antigone
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... favourite shop called Metropolitan.
On the way back to the car we stood in the fountain in the middle of the square it was so good.
Then I was really sad because I wanted to swim at the beach but there were no car parks anywhere so we had to go home as it was tea time and we needed an early night to go for our last dark bike ride in the morning. I was so tired I went straight to sleep
... its many shops, pedestrian areas and sandy beach. We all went for a refreshing swim in the warm water. We had time before the return train trip to have dinner so we chose a small, Turkish restaurant off of the main tourist area. We had a nice table outside on the street with a very friendly waiter. The food was fantastic. Emma had a chicken meal and the rest of us opted for lamb kebabs in a wrap with ...
... from a private school to Camille Claudel which makes it
a little more difficult and included a 3 hour exam as well as the standard
entrance exam that Maddi had completed. Maddi and Toni were dropped off by the
boys who went off and did a few jobs out at Odysseum before getting a call from
the girls that they had finished. They went off to Paul’s café which is a chain
similar to muffin break for a debrief until the boys eventually got to them.
... to the thunderstorm coming through – they were leading at the end so that was good – 3 more games won. In one of the games one of the Montpellier coaches called out to Corban as Dusautoir when he was running out of the maul with the ball – very cool – however on this day he was channelling Jerry Collins to help him be a tough player.
The boys all got medals and all of the Montpellier Herault teams were unbeaten so took away a big wooden shield trophy ...
... there are concerts of all descriptions. It was now time for home. As this was all downhill including the earlier used escalators we walked back through to the MNAC down past the fountains towards the arena and home. It wasn’t really till we took stock of the time at the Olympic village that we realised that they day had pretty much gone. But there is always time for shopping as Toni, Maddi and Corban managed to purchase a pair of shoes each. Shopping hours in Spain can ...