Hotel de Provence
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... br> stage sets became very important, as was the use of stage machinery.
The entertainment offered was open to all and free of charge.
As the Western Roman Empire declined during the 4th century, by which time Christianity
had become the official religion, the theatre was closed ...
... airport shop before we went to the gate. The easyJet staff seemed to be getting a little flustered with people which they seemed happy to show!!! Making it home to Montpellier the next point that needed attention was getting Toni through French immigration with her on a NZ passport and the rest of us on a EU passport, she smiled and they let her through which surprised us all. The day had not stopped its need for keeping an eye on time as Maddi now had to get to ...
... important we are all
safe given we only have one entrance/exit – we are going to buy a rope to have
for us all to jump out the window if there is a need.
Wednesday 25th – normal Wednesday drill – half
day at school. Corban and Dad went off
to rugby training, Maddi and Mum went swimming with a much more successful
result than last time. Maddi did some
more drawing and did a great picture of Mickey ...
... They let me inside just before opening time, apparently there is just one chef and a waiter, they were friendly, and the place was cozy and warm. I greeted the waiter and asked “parlez- vous anglais”, and he was like, “of course I do, why you even ask!”
I had a delicious meal- well prepared duck with vegetables, and coffee. The place was kind of empty, only three more people showed up, but maybe I was there early or it was just too cold a night to be ...
Arenes De Nimes
We left our beautiful view of Gordes for a day of driving and site-seeing on the road to our friend, Sandi's place near Uzes. By now Kip has the driving down and i had a printed out trip plan so we had no problem. We took the back road to Les Baux which provided a spectacular view across small valley to the ruins.
Les Baux is a major historical site and we were transported back in ...