Balladins Sete Balaruc Le Vieux
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... were involved in WW2 out of a population of 1.72Million, this was way out of proportion with most other countries and something to be proud of. When the rooms were reopened to be restored they found rationed sugar that had been saved in a drawer by a worker, which was now on display, the kids now had some appreciation of rations. With a bite to eat in the café we went above ground and carried on our walking day through St James Park where the blossom, daffodils ...
... cafe on a little square for a pre dinner drink and watched the Montpellier crowd. It certainly has a university town feel and is quite lively. Sue had a fantastic meal of foie gras(duck pate), squid and creme brûlée, while Phil enjoyed a salad, chicken mushroom and apple pie while sitting outside under a canopy. It was a great way to end our time in Montpellier.
Tomorrow we make our way into Spain ready for another European experience.
... Sasha’s where we had great coffee and discovered HJ was an artist and
was due to do an exhibition back in Korea in May. Grandma watch out, art
lessons in Montpellier are being arranged! What is great to see is Maddi has
taken up her drawing again. After dropping HJ back at her apartment at the
Antigone Toni and Tony went on their much anticipated walking trip at the zoo.
Walking around the zoo health and safety NZ would have a field day. This is ...
... about. Tuesday another milestone day when we all woke earlier than the alarm again got breakfast, packed up everything with time to kill and FaceTime Christine – that was nice. We checked out of the hotel and walked to Plaza l’Europe where we caught the 120 Airport shuttle to the airport to pick up the lease car from Citroen. Whilst walking to Antigone through Plaza l’Europe we found the local Olympic pool where we will go swimming with Tony ...
... the distance and lots of rocky rugged hills with strange knobbly trees clinging onto them like mountain goats. We stopped off at a service area picnic spot for a coffee and snack, a French family had nabbed the best table,they really do know how to picnic, a tablecloth,real plates and glasses and even the dogs water bowl, put our plastic mugs and flask to shame, but we only needed a quick pit stop. It took us about 5 hours in total ...