Hotel des Arceaux
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- Pets allowed
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... she arose to start her day. About 10am we hopped in
the car and headed to Aigues Morte which is a 35min drive from home and was one
of the fortified towns we took Shirley and Rosemary a few weeks back. First
stop was coffee in the square, any square is one of Tom’s favorite places and
then it was time for the boys to head in one direction with a time allocated to
Rosemary to meet at the Louis statue for lunch. Finding the panini and ...
... arena, and the Maison Carrée. The former is one of three large Roman arena in southern France. The latter is a Roman temple which is said to be the best preserved Roman temple to be found anywhere in the world. The slightly belittling name, which means 'square house' in French, does not really do it justice. As well as these two ...
... to do his bit which made the place feel that much friendlier. Saying goodbye to Cam, Chiara and Sophia (still asleep) we walked home along the well-lit streets feeling pretty safe as there were lots of people still around while not being over crowded. Bed for all after another great day in Florence.
Tuesday 25th – Florence to La Spezia – Riomaggiore. – With no need to get up early today no alarms were set but Tony got ...
... Montpellier via the tram. Separating at place de la Comedie, Maddi
and Toni headed off to get a lined pad before heading to the course and Tony
went to Orange (Phone store) to grab a sim USB stick. Tony walked home which
was about a 20 minute walk. Toni went on a bit of a shopping look (didn’t
really come back with much) as one of the big yearly sales has just started.
The girls hopped on the tram home for lunch to be on the table, sounds good ...
... through a lot of the statues where we mimicked a lot of their
actions and had plenty of fun. Making our way down to the ground floor we
stopped off to see “Venus de Milo” a statue with no arms where we met a full contingent
of overly pushy Chinese, luckily the Kings had packed their full shoulder
armour! We continued to peruse the museum stopping for a quick fuel top up and
headed off to Napoleon III apartments which were in the Richelieu ...