Campanile Montpellier Sud
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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
... the Romans were able to complete this project which delivered water a distance of over 50 kms to the city of Nimes. Much of the water was used to supply the many very large public baths popular at the time. Back in Nimes we had just enough time to catch the train to the beach. Quite the deal! Only two Euros each for the one hour trip. The town was much larger than I expected and reminded me of Seaside, ...
... art with HJ at their apartment which
is in the centre of Montpellier by tram, HJ has boys the same age as Corban and
Maddi who are Korean/American. With Corban’s training being early today at 2pm
at Altrad Stadium rather than Stade Sabathe we headed off in the car. Each
child had to bring a plate for a feed after training so Corban took Anzac
biscuits half dipped in chocolate. Training completed and goutier had
(afternoon tea) and with Corban ...
... time as he had done it once before. He was happier also once it was confirmed that an adult would be in the mobile home with them (Mum was also)
Sunday 14th – With an interesting night’s sleep with the thunder and lightning storms which they seem to get quite concerned about here in France. We got woken up at midnight by photos of the boys being sent through on the mobile phones of the boys eating dinner and watching the rugby – we were ...
... how far we had walked. Once at the museum you are at the top of the hill where the Olympic park backs on to which we would see later. The only real reason to go inside the museum from our point of view was the toilets maybe, it was the waterfalls but with this completed we left and headed to our next destination the Poble Espanyol which was down the side on the road approximately a 10 minute walk. Poble Espanyol was built in 1929 for the International Exposition, It is a ...