Hotel du Parc Euromedecine
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Neville got up through the night to go to the toilet and noticed some things had been moved on the bench. Then he saw the passenger's door was open a bit and when he went outside the keys were in the sliding door. They had been in his jeans pocket. His money belt was gone too from up beside our bed Outside we found some stuff on the ground and some more things on a picnic table nearby.
Luckily his money belt was there and so were ...
... with Grandma (which was done when we eventually found it), pick
up Toni from the airport (where we were late), drop Tony, Corban and Tom off at
rugby training and let Toni head back to see Maddi row. Maddi is enjoying her
rowing even though she would like a little more coaching. Corban is enjoying
having Dad coaching even though the limited French sometimes takes a little
longer to get the message across, the players certainly muck around a lot more
... on the road condition we had allowed 2:30 to make our way through but traffic was really light which was great so we made good time and were there around 1:30, with a prearranged time of 4pm with our accommodation we had plenty of time to make our way. Once we got to the car parking building below the train station there was a computer malfunction and even though there were 70 spaces available the computers had crashed and would not let anybody in until ...
... continued on
with the planning – we are nearly there – yippee!! We had some family games of Uno card game
which was a gift for babysitting from Sasha – very competitive family time!
Sunday 28th – all up and dressed ready to chat to
Maddi’s Wellington school friend Jess and her Mother Marija. It was great to chat to them and hear all
about Jess’s wonderful rep netball tournament in Palmerston North. We got ...
... of who had been involved with the French and it included a NZ uniform.
Reaching the bottom Paris decided it was time to rain so after seeing the Tomb
of the Unknown Soldier we made our way back under to the Champs Elysees and
cross the road in the pouring rain. It was definitely taxi time as it was a 30
min walk back to the hotel. Once reaching the hotel we preceded to have a bit
of a rest before dinner so the kids got to have a little IPad time even ...