Hotel de France Montpellier
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... br> dinner, once again prepped up by the grandparents. Home work completed and a
long game of BABAPAPA between the kids and the grandparents which was an
exercise by one un-named participant on how to slaughter the French language.
With the kids in bed Tony and Tom watched Roger Moore in “A View to kill”
before bed beckoned. The three tripping sisters spent the day around Paris with
their night filled with dinner and an 11pm show at ...
The sunny city of Nimes is often described as the Rome of southern France. It is a popular tourist destination. As well as being in a perfect location to act as a base for explorations of the Mediterranean coast and inland southern France, it also has plenty to recommend it in its own right. The city is home to the finest Roman remains ...
... rest before the kids decided that they were going to jump in the pool. This gave mum a chance to have 5mins to herself which I’m sure included a sleep. 6:30pm came around pretty quick so we got ourselves ready as we were off to dinner with Chiara, Cam and Sophia at an old prison which was now a restaurant at the far side of town. Leaving the hotel we arrived at dinner to find Sophia well and truly into her meal and her meal well and truly over her ...
... 8221; of Shakespeare. Well
it proved to be definitely entertaining with plenty of “the show must go on
moments” but with plenty of effort placed it the play was a bit of a hit. Off
home still very warm, at least the aircon has a nice low temperature that keeps
the house cool. Toni and Tony managed to get to bed just after 10pm which is
early compared to recent efforts.
Friday 26th – Well today started a little
... for the big crowds but as we had got in at the
beginning of the day we were the crowd so like 99% of the entering crowd we
made our way to the Mona Lisa ("La Joconde" in French) expecting not to get too
close. Entering the Denon wing was the first time we had to produce our tickets
which means you can get into the whole musee but can’t get to the exhibitions
which are off in a spider web of hallways without producing a ticket (if you
wanted to ...