Campanile Nimes Centre Mas-Carbonnel
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... and Toni had the buffet while the kids had a set menu which included a nice chocolate dessert. Back up to the room where watched a little TV, checked the Malibu level and called it a day. Sunday 5th – We decided to set the alarm a little earlier this morning 7am. Down to breakfast to fill up as much as we could for the day and off we went. Across Lambeth Bridge and through to Trafalgar square where we got our On Off Bus tickets sorted for the day, 24 ...
Saturday 21st - Saturday morning was at home as
Corban was playing at Altrad Stadium in the afternoon. Lunch had and off we
went to Rugby which was going to have to be watched in the rain. Corban’s first
game of rugby in front of his home crowd. Montpellier split the boys in no real
order into two teams. Corban played three games as they tend to do at each of
their normal games outside tournaments. By this time there were a ...
I woke up today to cold and wind, apparently Mistral was blowing, although not too strong, only at times at 40 miles per hour. Yesterday evening I saw vendors and store fronts busy packing up and moving merchandise inside. My hotel's owner warned me at breakfast to dress warm today, and I certainly did- layered everything up as it was around 12 degree Celsius with a freezing wind. He suggested I go see Nimes and printed train schedules for me; it is only 30 minutes by train ...
... space on the edge of the city, at the top of which is a Roman tower boasting amazing views. First, however, the children had a race around in go-karts and then a pony ride each. A first for both of them, and they absolutely loved it. We need to find more ponies apparently!
It was a hot climb up to the tower but we broke it up with some Cicada hunting - we did spot one on a tree trunk. What a bloomin' racket for something so small!
We queued to get up ...
... was the number that was considered to be lucky, or fortuitous. The columns at the top of the steps are circled by intricate stone work that has withstood the test of a few thousand years. The underside of the portico is decorated with flower panels. I am constantly amazed by the beauty and intricate detail that is carved in the stone; the stonemasons can only be considered as artists. The remainder of the buildings that encircled the Maison Carrée have long ...