Citadines Montpellier Sainte-Odile
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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 ...
... way to the Place Royale du Peyrou (gardens) to enjoy the sun.
This is at the top of the old town and overlooks Montpellier and the surrounding area. There is an old aqueduct in this area that once supplied water to the town.
On our walk around the town, Sophie found an ice cream shop, and realised it was the same one as in Innsbruck. Of course we had to sample one and show Sue how fantastic they are.
We sat ...
... teams we played were ‘rude’ which I
thought was a bit odd as we did not hear any swearing but we later worked out
that ‘rude’ means ‘rough’ in French. It
was then lunch time, we had asked if there was any other games at the end of
the game they lost and were told no – so we were going to hang around and let
Corban enjoy some play time with the boys.
We took his jersey off (very tight like the one worn ...
... we are.
Week 9: "Pioneering Missions". The speaker, Joe Portale, is one of the founders of YWAM and has been a missionary for about 45 years. He has some truly incredibly stories and is one of the most humble and God loving men I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. Needless to say, this week is such an awesome week for me as my heart is totally all for missions!
Week 10: "Evangelism". The title speaks for itself. =)
... running on a limited route, so we hoofed it a ways down the street before thinking about trying to get on. The streets were unbelievably backed up with traffic, and it was clear that even if a bus were available to get on, it wouldn’t be traveling any faster than we would on foot. Besides, on foot, we could pop into the Intermarche to pick up some new towels (has that guy’s wife figured it out yet?). Eventually, we did get on a bus, and the tram, and the bus, ...