Grand Hotel Du Midi
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... favourite shop called Metropolitan.
On the way back to the car we stood in the fountain in the middle of the square it was so good.
Then I was really sad because I wanted to swim at the beach but there were no car parks anywhere so we had to go home as it was tea time and we needed an early night to go for our last dark bike ride in the morning. I was so tired I went straight to sleep
Our day started with a 45 min ride by bus to Pont du Gard, another UNESCO World Heritage site. Just a one kilometre walk and we arrived at the entrance to the large park reserve surrounding the roman aqueduct and housing a large museum. We decided to take in the aqueduct first while the weather was still not too hot. Our walk took us right to the aqueduct and we were able to cross the river below it on a ...
... with a great teacher but also get some
quality playtime which can never be a bad thing. Corban enjoyed his first session and Maddi
completed her works which we think are quite outstanding for a girl of her
We had to make some rocky road for teacher end of year thank you’s so we all
drove off to St Clement Carrefour Market to buy supplies for that and our
upcoming trip, a slow Quick Burger was also enjoyed by the family.
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... on July 14, 1789, following
several days of disturbances therefore the name the “July Column (Colonne de Juillet)”
We walked down to
the canal which ended at this point and then off to the local market, not the tourist
market but the French open air fresh market. Coffee was enjoyed at the café
with the local breads for breakfast from the local Boulangerie. Shereen’s Dad
went with Tony but Tony completed the order ...
... back at school. As we needed to take the boat for a test drive with the operators to gain our licence this was going to have to be done Saturday morning, stress levels headed slightly higher than normal as this would mean that the kids would be left at rugby by themselves. The kids came home from school where we told them what we were up to and they were truly excited. Plenty of packing to do, food to be organised and house to clean as the day we leave the boat is the day Grandad ...