Bungalotel La Reserve
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... there is
Maddi and another boy at her level and a new boy arrived today who was learning
the ropes we found at that he was also from Maddi’s college. Maddi rowed single skull for nearly the full
two hours doing extremely well and was enjoying herself – she ended up at the
end of the session with blisters on her hands from rowing – other than a bit of
pain she was very happy and her parents were very proud of her achievements. ...
... well-preserved, with a pleasant, busy atmosphere. When tourist sites get too busy in summer, there are several lovely gardens in which to take time to relax and unwind in the sunshine.
Of course, with the seaside not very far away, you may wish to relax on a beach instead, but with so much to do in this area you will ...
... a habit but the house did not really rise till just before 10am even though the kids had been up a little but back in beds with their IPads. Not to hurry the day we got organised and worked through what we were going to do. To follow on from the plan made the night before we got changed into our togs and headed down to the wharf to find either the ferry or an alternative option to take us along the water to the other villages, yes I hear some of you say we ...
... br> Corban stayed at school all day to catch up with his friends and we got no
grumbles which was lovely. Maddi was
dropped back to school after lunch for the afternoon. They came home pretty
happy after school – delivered their thank you goodies to each class teacher
and the French teacher along with HJ the art teacher. School is in complete wind down mode so lots
of movies being watched and fun being had.
Burger picnic for lunch tomorrow so they ...
... we had a free morning until our Eiffel
Tower time around mid-day. We meet up with Shereen’s Dad at Bastille,
Bastille fortress (Bastille Saint-Antoine)
was built between 1370 and 1383 during the reign of King Charles V as part of
the defenses of Paris, the structure was converted into a state prison in the
17th century. The confrontation between the commoners and the Ancien Regime ultimately
led to the people of Paris storming ...