Hotel Hostal Del Sol
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed
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... their own way, except for Talia's Nemo who stopped for elevenses every time she relaxed the reins. The back drop of the Martes Plain and the snow capped Pyrenees in the distance was spectacular.
When we got back Rafa gave us a demonstration of pole bending (slalom on horseback) which was hugely impressive - then we all had a go, which ...
... for lunch, (and afternoon tea, the food just after afternoon tea, and after after afternoon tea ect.) but she caught up at a trot. Rowan's was quite lively but she held on well. We were going to go swimming but the pool had half a cover on!?
Now trying to work out if I can get the Boat Race on the TV before we head into the medieval town of Besolu for dinner.....
We left Montpellier and decided to stop at Bezier before heading into Spain. We were hoping that we would be able to visit a few markets. We found Les Halles market- (Paul and Ro may remember this), but were a little disappointed as not all the stalls were open. We may have been a little early. The tourist information centre nearby told us that the big markets were on Friday. We visited the ...
... of late. Leading up to the community celebrations of Fallas, our school had a Dia de la Familia, then a full week of school competitions and happenings. Sam's team took first in football (soccer). Henry bravely pursued the poetry recitation contest, ending up second out of 140ish kids, the only boy. He also received a lovely honor -- Best Sportsman (athletics, attitude and cooperation) for grade 4. For a kid who had many (many!) ...
... and it said that if you look carefully, you will see to the right of the wall a Phallic symbol which is believed to offer protection to the city, hahaha, imagine a penis protecting a city. Outside was an amphitheater or what is left of it which would have sat approximately 3,500 people. I could ramble on all night about this place but I won't bore you. Tomorrow we head to Carcassonne France to the walled city, excited for ...