Best Hotel Montpellier Est
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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
Our day started with a 45 min ride by bus to Pont du Gard, another UNESCO World Heritage site. Just a one kilometre walk and we arrived at the entrance to the large park reserve surrounding the roman aqueduct and housing a large museum. We decided to take in the aqueduct first while the weather was still not too hot. Our walk took us right to the aqueduct and we were able to cross the river below it on a ...
... Sasha’s for coffee and forms. Tony did not get the teletubbies
but did get a chance to re-watch the Goodnight Kiwi theme song from the TVNZ closing
of the station at night as he had shown Louis this previously and in Louis’s
words “again, again” With a good job of interpreting and filling in the forms it
was time for picking the kids up for lunch. Once they were back at school it
was time to print off and copy various forms that were ...
... picked the kids up from school just as the thunderstorm was brewing. We all skyped Nora in Germany which was lovely and talked about getting together later in the year.
Friday 12th – Tony and Toni headed off to see Sasha and Louis for coffee, Tony enjoyed playing dinosaurs with his little friend. Whilst there we got a call that Corban was at the ‘sick bay’ with a headache, it was nearly time to pick them up for lunch anyway so ...
... 360 degree view of Barcelona including a direct view up to our destination for the day the MNAC or Museum National of Art de Catalunya. Tom fell in love with the two brick pillars at the entry view to the MNAC and seemed to find every angle to take a picture with them in. Heading down off the arena we did a 270 degree walk around Placa d’Espanya to get to the shaded side of avenue Reina Maria Christina which heads up to Fountain Magica de Montjuic as by now the heat ...