Citea Montpellier Citadelle
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... As it is important as royals to be humble we just stayed in the public viewing areas for the day and did not wake up Harry who currently lives there, actually he was in Australia on tour anyway. Going through the rooms and seeing the extravagance it is not a surprise that they cost so much to maintain. Gosh they have the temperature turned up in these places which may be good to maintain the building and its contents but not good for maintaining the visitors. A quick ...
After breakfast which consisted of a plate for each of us made up of a baguette, pane de chocolate, croissant, Easter egg as well as cereals of our choice, we ventured out to walk around the old town. Phil had the map in hand and became our own private tour guide for the day.
Montpellier is known as the oldest Medical university in the western world. The architecture dates back to the 12th century and the building is beautiful with ...
... that field.
Maddi was an excellent supported to her brother and took
some excellent action shots of the games with the camera. We were all very proud of Corban’s
performance on the field and were hoping his black eye, bite marks (yes bite
marks) and little body would hold him in good stead for school the next day.
After the games were finished we packed up and took off to
McDonald’s for a fast feed before driving home ...
... by the founder of YWAM, France himself: Daniel Schaerer. He is a deep well of wisdom and knowledge, and has such a profound understanding of scripture. This week was such a great week during my DTS, and really gives you confidence to step into the crazy adventures God has planned for your life.
On Saturday, our team will be flying to Ireland for our last week of teaching, taught by our very own Dudley Weiner. His week is called ...
Well what a surprise. We left Paris by train around 10.15 yesterday morning for a very pleasant trip through the French countryside. The train was excellent, very comfortable and fast.
We arrived in Montpellier around 1.30pm to a very beautiful day with the temperature about 31c. We thought that Montpellier was just going to be a lay over to charge ...