Hotel des Arceaux
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... Claudel for her French/English exam, yes Maddi has been told even though we thought we had it arranged for her to stay with her current school that she has to go to college (11-14yrs of age which we would know as middle school in NZ). A quick stop at home and Corban and Tony dropped the girls off. I’m sure Maddi did herself proud, the exam seems to be based on making sure that people who want to get into the Anglo/American side of the school are actually ...
... way to the Place Royale du Peyrou (gardens) to enjoy the sun.
This is at the top of the old town and overlooks Montpellier and the surrounding area. There is an old aqueduct in this area that once supplied water to the town.
On our walk around the town, Sophie found an ice cream shop, and realised it was the same one as in Innsbruck. Of course we had to sample one and show Sue how fantastic they are.
We sat ...
... people celebrating Joyeuses Paques (Happy Easter) which is always a good sign.
Sue was able to translate some of the menu for us and has been doing a great job. We ordered the prawns as starters and they were unbelievably fresh. Phil and Sue had the mussels which came in a large pot and of course pomme frites while Sophie enjoyed her hamburger and Lou a salad.
... about Corban
and start filling out forms in case we need to take him to hospital. As it was
the last game which by this time he had ended Corban was chucked on Tony’s
shoulder and taken to the car. Good rugby day out with a good showing by CK. No
lasting injuries that couldn’t be resolved with a bit of Pamol, Ice and TLC.
Great support from Maddi, Toni and Tony. A short black coffee is always
available at rugby which is ...
... For the evening, we chose to go on the optional tour for supper. We drove by many of the sights including a quick stop at the Circus Maximus. It was tough to imagine 2000 years ago, when it was filled with over 200,000 people with chariots racing around. We went to a traditional Roman restaurant, built into the basement of a building. It was within sight of the Coliseum, as we could see it up the narrow street where the entrance was. We experienced ...