Kyriad Montpellier Nord - St Clement de Riviere
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... supermarche down the road closing at 9pm a box
of magnums were purchased and shared during our walk. With a 15 minute direct
walk to the tower we set off with ice creams in hand and arrived this time via
the green lawn, Champs de Mars in front of the tower. As the sun was going down
but in no way dark we had to wait till 10pm before the lights and the light
show began, to fill in time Corban did a little sprint training around the
trees. Not only did ...
I can not find my toothbrush this morning
I seek it here
I seek it there
I seek it everywhere.
Perhaps someone broke in and stole it while we were sleeping.
people will steal anything.
That's why I write under nom de plume
We keep it all private
And no feral pigs were slaughtered o make this blog
... to Anduze is on the agenda. We are going out to lunch. A beautiful day and a fantastic trip down the valley in open carriages. This was a real treat and so was our lunch at Le Cevenal in Anduze. We strolled around in the sunshine trying to use up our 3 courses in the streets of very bustly town and wondered why a certain guide book berates Anduze. It's a great place and so is its railway. Worth a visit in my book. A lazy day. Day 4. Super bike ride ...
... size of the town. It was originally the main part of town, with a drawbridge and fortifications on the church to help defend the townsfolk from invaders. We hung out on the esplanade for the afternoon, teaching Blake how to play crib and then getting to bed early for ...
... as the bike paths and tram networks were vast and covered all the city unlike in the UK where transport is so horrendous 'apparently'! We sat by some water fountains in the centre and enjoyed our standard lunch of baguettes! We then set off in the wrong way for a bit but eventually came to le grande-motte. Which was a town with houses all with the same architecture in which I thought all the buildings looked like ships. But willis didn't know what I was on about and ...