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... we picked up our car which is what we keep for 5 weeks. It is 40 minutes to our house on the A9 motorway.
On the way to our house we had a quick stop in Pezenas at the Carrefour Supermaket to get a few groceries. When we arrived home we went upstairs and unpacked the groceries and suitcases and opened all the house up to air.
Seb and Dad put our new bikes together all afternoon, I couldn't wait to go for a ride. They are Italian and I am so excited. It is very hot, 33 degrees Celsius and I was trying to sneak and open the box before they opened mine.
We didn't go for a bike ride as we were all so exhausted I just needed to go to sleep.
... whole sea bass at a quay side restaurant with a glass of Rose. Very enjoyable. More mooching and wondering led us back to our car. As ever, skilfully driven by the Sheppenator back through the busty Montpellier streets led us back to our room to change for dinner, munch munch, not nom. We had some time to take a larger walk around Montpellier. Quite a city actually. It has a mini Arc de Triumphe and a great fresh food market (these are everywhere and ...
... a quick stop at a shop for some ice, we cooled off with a drink or 3, got into our swim wear and hit the beach. The wind was quite strong again and blew sand across the beach and the sea felt like ice, we still got in and enjoyed the cool off but it was cold. We sunbathed for a while, got covered in sand so had another swim and returned to our home for another drink and chill out. This evening Rich took me out for dinner where I had my first Paella, I have no idea what fish I ...
Thursday, July 4, 2013
First of all: Happy Birthday to Dejo!!!!
We started the day with some coffee, and a baguette from the food truck. Dejo went to retrieve the towels from the clothesline, only to find that they were gone. We don't think they were stolen on purpose (they weren’t new, not pretty, not large). More likely, some fellow was sent out by his wife to get the towels off the clothesline, and he – not knowing any better – just grabbed ...