Cottage Les Pescalunes
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... number 10 Downing Street we went off to the Churchill War rooms which was awesome. With tickets purchased online we skipped the queues and got out of the cold and straight in. Going through the narrow corridors as they were during the war and through the Churchill Museum section gave you a real appreciation of life under attack, only one flushing toilet below ground for Churchill the rest needed to go above ground or use the bucket. One fact the kids saw was that 500,000 ...
We walked around small alley ways with the beautiful French decor and buildings admiring what we were seeing around each corner. It does remind us of a mini version of Paris.
As it is a bank holiday in France, the streets were quiet and most of the shops closed, much to Sophie's disappointment. We did find an indoor market with a few stalls opened and bought a baguette, ham, olives, quiche, tabouli for lunch then ...
... 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 ...
... 8364;1, goodness my husband knows how to treat me :-) . The sun had come out (typical) and we had a lovely 5km cycle back to the site, warm breeze and the sun on our backs (sweaty by now). Arrived safely, as I did the funbus work, ie making the bed and a little light hoovering, Andy gave the outside the once over with my dishcloth!!!! Settled down with a beer and a read. Decided to give the site shop the once over, it was like ...
... in the 19th century and now looks incredible, a fully walled medieval city. It also is the name of one of our favorite board games, so we had to go there. Inside, of course, it’s a bit touristy (with medieval minstrels wandering around the town and weapons shows in one of the squares), but with walls and towers everywhere. While most of the city and walls are free, you have to pay to go in the castle. It was worth it, though, ...