Formule 1 Montpellier ouest St Jean de Vedas
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Just a few words about today, we had the typical lazy Sunday. Up not too early and a nice breakfast croissants fresh from the bakery on site. A bit of a sort out and down the pool for 1030hrs, unbroken sunshine for the next couple of hours meant we were in and out of the pool cooling off. Back for lunch, not a Sunday one but fresh bread with ham and salad, Mark, ...
... down the Gargoyles and out is mouth therefore
protecting the walls from the water running down it. The Notre dame is built in
a Gothic style pre roman style and it is said that is on the site of two
previous churches unlikely to have been big enough for followers or ego’s, it
was completed in 1163 therefore making it 852 years old. Making our way up the
tower and right up to the bell tower through a few small doors gave us another
great view ...
... odds and ends quite good. Back to camp and a lazy afternoon, after yesterday's walk and again around the market this morning has made Serena's knee swell up, so a rest is needed (no complaints from me). Then at 1830hrs Dave came calling for me to accompany him to the bar to watch the cup final, all was well until about 1955hrs (72minutes of the match) the barman came over and told us that German football was on ...
Was once again too tired to run this morning! On my way back home to run for a bit now though. Watched a film (and ate too many pastries) in the lessons today. Bit annoyed as watching a film I can do any time, the lesson could have been a lot more useful otherwise! Afterwards I spent a couple of hours talking with Deborah who has also been a bit underwhelmed by the school sometimes. Just spending that little bit extra taking in French makes all the difference! ...
... our things. That's when we find it - there, outside our window; beside the too-blue-to-be-true piscine; leaves frothing from the top like the water in our bidet's tap last night; standing tall like a giant pineapple in a Spice-Girls-themed Frutopia commercial; there it is: a palm tree.
Soon to be pluralized.
We make for a nearby (commune?) called Palavas-les-Flots [hithertofore referred to as PlF] and as ...