Hotel du Parc Euromedecine
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... our car for the night we sunbathed, went swimming the gorge (well, really only myself - Jon waited in the gorges :)), played ping pong, watched some funny French pool game which consisted of people standing up on tubes on either side of the pool being propelled toward the centre to attack one another with pool noodles, and later settled in for a discotheque a.k.a dance party in the club house were we met Hodor. Around ...
... br> Unfortunately, the net was not up when we go there. It was a cooler day, do
only the boys went in the water (and only wading). We spent most of the time
playing paddle ball on the beach. We were able to get all of the work done in
time to be able to play a few games of cards before getting to ...
... visited, there was still quite the variety of things to buy. In the afternoon we headed back to the boys’ favourite beach, at Marseillan Plage. It was a nice day and not too hot, as there was a bit of cloud cover. The afternoon was full off jumping into waves, playing paddle ball and sunbathing. We also rented a pedalboat for an hour that had a slide on it. This was quite ...
... ended up coming back on the bus/metro with me and Nolesy rode the bike back. We were back ages before the others arrived. Dinner was in a real authentic back street restaurant were not much English was spoken and the menu was not translated at all. We have been trying all holidays to avoid touristy eating and refuse to eat anywhere where they give you an English menu. We decided on the set "entree, plat and dessert" ...
... re probably imagining buildings that look like this:
NOPE! Heh - no. Because I'm at Montpellier III Paul Valery, which was an additional annex that was built in the 60s.
Now, to a girl who finds a stolid stone wall of considerable age sexy, 60s architecture is a singularly inelegant farce normally. Surprisingly though, the university ...