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... we made our way up to
the Saint-Nazaire Cathedral. Rosemary and Tom really enjoyed the view over the
valley with the view back over to Canal du Midi from the Cathedral as it sits
on the very top of the hill. I cannot believe the grandparents were so
disrespectful and were talking in the cathedral, what example are they setting
for their grandchildren!!!! The oldest – Tom, was fading so we needed to get some
food into him so we visited the ...
... well-preserved, with a pleasant, busy atmosphere. When tourist sites get too busy in summer, there are several lovely gardens in which to take time to relax and unwind in the sunshine.
Of course, with the seaside not very far away, you may wish to relax on a beach instead, but with so much to do in this area you will ...
... all seem to wake just before it. With all the normal stuff completed and not having to pack we headed down to breakfast about ten to nine. While at breakfast we realised as we read last night that the weather was due to pack in and true to form it was raining outside so post breakfast it was time for Tony to head back upstairs to get the jackets and umbrellas, even the 1 euro men were ready with ponchos and umbrellas at the door. Leaving the hotel we headed ...
... up out of your bed at 7am in the
morning (some of you that is) in NZ it is likely that the kids are heading to
bed and Toni and Tony have a bit more planning to be done for a few more hours
yet for a another week but the prize at the end will be AMAZING.
Thursday 25th – It was time for a bit of time out
from planning so once the kids were at school, Maddi doing a full day at school
including canteen which consisted of some form ...
... as a public
holiday the kids were completing a full day at school on Wednesday before heading
off to Paris. After Lunch at a very casual pace Toni and Tony packed the gears
for the weekend away, not before going to the shops via tram for one last top
up of appropriate size liquids as air security domestically here runs the same
as international in NZ of max of 100mls, we also purchased our tickets from the
local FNAC (like Harvey Normans) store to ...