Citadines Montpellier Antigone
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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 ...
... the fridge to set with the day
winding its way down.
Wednesday 17th – With the kids at school Toni and
Tony proceeded to cut and wrap the white chocolate and brown chocolate rocky
road up as thank you gifts for the coaches of Corban’s rugby team as well as
make a bunch of Anzac biscuits. With lunch organised the kids were picked up
from school. Maddi and Toni headed off to art with HJ at their apartment which
is in the centre ...
... the car. It rained (and I mean proper downpour again). We left. Farewell Uzes to what may have been!!! Our ultimate destination on this particular day though was Montpellier on the Southern coast and the largest City in Languedoc region. Slightly smaller than Nice in size, I did wonder what we'd find. Still suffering from night terrors from my over active imagination of Somalian pirates in Marseille, my mind was put to rest as we ...
... their ready and waiting morning fix. Today promised a few showers which occurred while we were shopping not that you would have noticed a change in temperature. After spending some time “shopping” lunch was required. Tom was set free and went to buy his own lunch which seemed to work out, Corban had bolognaise again a great staple of Corban’s diet and the rest of us had Chinese noodles. A few more shops completed which included a pair of Adidas running ...