Hotel Oceania Le Metropole
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... the square beside the church. Time to
head home as we needed to be home before 5:30 as the All Blacks were playing
Argentina at 5:45 French time.
Well the first street that we went down via the
directions that "Hope" gave us was not very wide in fact without any
exaggeration we were lucky to have 2cm on each side but without any panic and Tony
not being able to manually bring the mirrors in we made it down without a
scratch. Home ...
... much time for sunbathing! There are a plethora of interesting historic cities, towns and villages to explore, as well as the beautiful countryside of the Languedoc and Provence and, of course, the frenetic Mediterranean coast with its chic and stylish resorts crammed full of holiday makers.
If you are coming to the ...
... our 15 minute walk to the Palazzo Vecchio where we had a secret passage tour of the palace. From the very beginning, the main section of Palazzo Vecchio was destined to host the city council which was composed of chief members of the Guilds of Florence (the Priori) who governed the Republic of Florence. In 1342, the Duke of Athens, Walter VI of Brienne, enlarged Palazzo della Signoria towards Via della Ninna, giving it the appearance of a fortress and even ...
... and yucky carrot salad
– enough to keep her from starving and Corban having a class picnic which meant
lunch needed to be prepared for him as they were off to get recognised for a 2nd
place effort in a English book they produced. (Picnic in French pretty much
means take your own lunch). Toni and Tony were off on an adventure to find
lavender and it will be to no ones surprise that Tony was the driving force for
this adventure (many concerns ...
... pre-purchased Louvre tickets
for tomorrow. Kids home from school and with an early dinner of Toulouse
sausage we headed out to the airport about 6:15 for our 8:45pm flight, seemed
early at the time but as we progressed towards the airport time soon evaporated
as long weekend traffic was on the road and progress was slow, as well as the
fact that we had to park in one of the more remote carparks as the close ones
were all full. Through security ...