Citea Montpellier Citadelle
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couch was not the most comfortable and she was not feeling the best. Corban
played a few games with the grandparents until he and Tony went for a run
around the block to build his fitness for rugby. With Maddi up and the weather
still good we decided to head out to Palavas to the beach which is about a 25 minute
drive. With a walk along the beach front and then down the canal/ sea mouth
entrance an ice cream was had amongst all the shops that ...
... found anywhere in France, has a well-preserved old city centre and pleasant tree-lined boulevards typical of this region, and gardens including one of the oldest city parks in the country. Many would say that this is the most attractive city in this part of France.
First in stature of all the Roman remains in the city ...
... could have entry. As today is Sunday you have to get a pre booked entry or you miss out as well as restricted entry to the cathedral exists as mass is said. The 463 steps up takes you by the interior of the dome where you can admire Giorgio Vasari's frescoes of the Last Judgment (1572-9) up close, a spectacular building with a spectacular view from the top with the safety around the outside a 1.3m fence – None us of are really afraid of heights but ...
is hard to get the kids off to bed when sunset is 9:30pm and the temperature still
high even though the aircon is going it is in the late 20’s outside.
Wednesday 24th – With Corban suffering a bit of
cold and not getting to sleep till late and still well asleep we decided to let
him sleep and spend the morning at home, therefore Maddi was off to school.
With the continuation of planning completed in the morning, Maddi ...
Sunday 10th – With a very slow start to the day
we missed our appointment with Jessica Jackson for a Skype, sorry Jess. We had
an internet disrupted Skype with Grandma and Grandad without tears which is
always good. The rest of the day drifted by with Tony getting the blog and
photos up to date before the kids spent another few hours in the pool playing
with Roxanna. I think this pool is going to take a hammering!