Domaine de Verchant
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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 ...
in the centre of town so we could look around the city and not have to get up
at 5.30am in the morning on Sunday to get Corban to his tournament for
rugby. We walked around the old town and
the wonderful markets which had everything, fruit, flowers and all types of
foods, clothing and handbags etc. Toni
brought three silk tops at the market which were very well priced and a huge
lovely tasting orange. The kids enjoyed
... and thorns. After all the work we had a few climbs before meeting one of Antoine's other daughters. Her name is Anne and after a dinner of chips, bread, cheese and guacamole we went to bed. Because there is no city water here you have to get your water from a spring. Instead of having a water pipe the house also uses gravity to bring water to the house. ...
... there, we ended up chatting with a guy from Boston who heard us talking and thought we were Americans. He is teaching American literature at the university for a term, researching James Baldwin and loving his French sojourn. He saw Jim's cycling cap and wanted to know what we had been doing. Sounds like a cycling trip in France with his wife might be on a future agenda.
We saw as much of the old city as we could in a day, just wandering aimlessly, although we ...