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... 12 hours which included three routes around London and a river cruise. Of course it was not going to be long, probably Tony’s fault we ended up in a souvenir shop where we purchased two American style London Jackets for the kids, for his punishment Tony has to carry these all day in the back pack. Eventually finding the correct bus stop we got on the yellow then red route through to Kensington Palace where the kids did an Easter puzzle while we went around the ...
We walked around small alley ways with the beautiful French decor and buildings admiring what we were seeing around each corner. It does remind us of a mini version of Paris.
As it is a bank holiday in France, the streets were quiet and most of the shops closed, much to Sophie's disappointment. We did find an indoor market with a few stalls opened and bought a baguette, ham, olives, quiche, tabouli for lunch then ...
... was pretty close to Altrad Stadium.
Friday 27th – kids did a full day at school while
Mum and Dad packed for another weekend away, got a few groceries at Odysseum
and got Corban’s new rugby ball blown up.
After school Corban went for a haircut which was very flash. We then drove on to pick up our Lamb Curries
from Fou’d Anglaise a café/shop run by an English lady – it took a bit of time
and is in a very ...
... has a nice old town and castle that is great for a walk but not a must see. Then back in the mountains to Granada. I had no idea the Sierra Nevada's were as high as they are. The peak above Granada is above 10,000 feet. Needless to say it was a little chilly. Riding about 3 hours in 4 degrees.Thank you heated jackets. Sun was out though. Great hotel so the three days we visited the city was excellent. Anne and I were here 46 years ago and visited the Alhambra but it ...
... outside a cave-like laneway bar listening to amazing live traditional Spanish music. None of us really spoke, we just let the moment be what it was.. our last night together.
After cleaning, packing the bikes and a grumpy exchange with the villa owner over a non-existent missing remote control, we had a last coffee with Pedro to say goodbye. He tried his hardest to delay our departure by saying he had more to show us, but we knew this town back-to-front, and it was time ...