Campanile Montpellier Sud
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... into the village
square Rosemary was in her element and investigated all the shops and the Abbey of Gellone which includes the inner
garden. The sky was blue and the sun was out, hard day out even though Tony did
feel like he had been allowed out of kindergarten comparing his age to most of
the visitors. It took us two hours to make it from coffee to leaving the square
which is not a great distance at all. Walking the streets Rosemary did her ...
... France this summer, why not avoid the worst of the coastal crowds and base yourself in the delightful city of Nimes. You can still explore and coast and enjoy time beside and in the Med, but you can also explore history and culture inland, and can find some space to breathe.
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Sunday 23rd – Florence – With the boys waking up in one room and the girls in the other we eventually joined after the adults had showered. With the bags needing to be packed as we were changing rooms to the room we were we meant to be in was a little job for Tony before heading down to breakfast. Tony left and the others went down to breakfast ready to take off for our 9am entry to our first stop for the day at the Accademia Gallery. With ...
even more delicious than they looked. With a relatively slow start to the day
it seemed that the pace would continue that way for most of the day. Kids spent
some time in the pool as the temperatures are certainly seeing 30 on a regular
basis now. A nice father days had in Montpellier even though Tom after skyping
them earlier in the day wants his father’s day in September when we see them as
per when NZ celebrates it. Always nice to ...
... 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 ...