HOTEL LE MIRADOR
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... bats again. Mum was still asleep when we got back.
We were exercising for 3hrs non stop.
When we got back we relaxed until lunch time then Mum cut our hair and we headed to the beach Valras Plage. At the beach we played with the beach ball rackets and ball and went out for a swim. Olli and I tried to build another sandpit and failed completely. Then we went back in and played some more beach tennis and ...
... Frappe, and ate cheese and ham toasties.
Then we went to Mum and Dads favourite designer shop and Mum and Dad got a pair of glasses each. On the way out Dad found something for Koro. A selfie stick. ( And if you were wondering who is Koro it is our Grandad. Then we got an Ice Cream, which they turn into the shape of a flower. In the centre I had Mango, and ...
... it was a stingray but it wasn't. A huge school of sardines were swimming around us. Olli tried to grab one but wasn't even close.
When we got back to shore we decided to build a hot pool but it didn't work so we turned it into a couch on the seafront.
After the beach we headed to the supermarche then home for a delicious tea then bed.
... star hotel with our name on it. We pulled into the carpark of La Grande Cordée in complete darkness having rode for about 9 hours today and covered some 200 hard mountain miles. I was hungry. This being France though rather than Spain everywhere was closed already, even the casino had stopped serving! *****! Then inspiration struck. I lit up the camping stove on the room windowsill and cooked up some rice - possibly the best rice I have ever ...
... tourists visit Venice, "The City of Romance" each year and now I TOTALLY understand why. Sicily Taormina We picked up our Peugeot 208 from Catania Sicily airport with no hassles which was a nice change! The drive to Taormina, a hillside medieval village overlooking the sea was easy to spot from the Motorway however finding our hotel in the dark was a little tricky like normal. Finding your hotel in the “Old Town" is always a dreaded nightmare. If you accidentally go down ...