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... swim. Mum and Dad got 49 hits without stopping. Mum and Me did 19 maximum. It is so much fun.
We were starving so so we headed to McDonalds. After McDonalds we headed to the Carrefour and got dinner. Its our last time at Carrefour.
We got home to finish all the washing and do our blogs before an early tea. We leave here tomorrow and noone is looking forward to leaving.
... favourite shop called Metropolitan.
On the way back to the car we stood in the fountain in the middle of the square it was so good.
Then I was really sad because I wanted to swim at the beach but there were no car parks anywhere so we had to go home as it was tea time and we needed an early night to go for our last dark bike ride in the morning. I was so tired I went straight to sleep
... kids happy and very chatty about their day.
It has been lovely being able to walk the kids to school and home again each day – nice time to chat and debrief the day and then come home and sit down to lunch and dinner as a family. All in all the walking day can amount to 48 minutes – 6 minutes to school and 6 minutes from school – so we are putting in some good incidental exercise to help combat the French bread intake.
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... sad to have to travel alone for a couple days, and I was also sad to go to a country where no one spoke the language. Whitney’s French got better and better as we made our way through the country, and it made traveling in France so much easier because she could talk to everyone. Now we have to navigate two and a half months in Spanish and Portuguese speaking places. Obligatory Cat Tally, because Whitney still makes me do this: 516 ...
... by Arabs, Normans and Hungarians. it's heyday was in the 12th Century and it is now a world heritage site. May 10th/11th Well it had to be done, the Edward's Team own pilgrimage to St Emillion and yes we did buy a Grand Cru - 2009 supposed to be an exceptional year. Hope so paid lots of money, plus a bottle of organic white which was nearly as expensive. Again a lovely site but St Emillion itself a real tourist trip - George is convinced it is a big fiddle - bit like the Saint's bones!! May ...