- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... We make sure they have plenty of food in their bag for morning tea but there never seems to be enough time for them to eat it supposedly.
We had to pop to the bank to pick up our Cheque book and debit card and organise some saving on deposit – Robin was not there and so we had fun trying to converse with the two lovely ladies at reception to try and get everything sorted – a few smiles, laughs, use of Google Translate by all of us and then we were on our ...
... get money for a locker eventually
making it into the water just with togs for their swim. Once leaving the pool
Maddi and Mum popped into Polygone shopping centre to get Maddi’s stationary
and caught the tram home. Corban and Dad had bet them home after a successful training.
Thursday – Once again Maddi and Corban spent the full day at
school eating Steak and Chocolate gateau for lunch. Mum and Dad picked us up
and we had burritos for tea.
... gone well the day before – she bashfully told us she had forgotten Corban’s teacher was on study leave again that day – we chose to take Corban anyway. After a few stressed tears on Corban’s part just as all the kids came into the room we managed to coerce him to go with a little monetary assistance.
Mission accomplished!! Tony and Toni took off for a walk into the Place de la Comedie using our smart phone map – great not to have ...
... pouring down with really big rain drops. I started walking to the station but kept slipping with my thongs on the pavers, so I tread very carefully to the nearest store (maccas) and changed into my hiking shoes to cope better on the pavers. I followed the directions Valerie gave me which was to go to the tram side of the train station which I was already on and walk up the road so that the park was to my left and tram tracks to my right and then turn left at ...
... 1pm checkout to get to the train but succeeded in getting shopping boys and everyone on board. Nolesy and Rocky loved seeing the farming and discussing observations regarding trucks in Spain as well as cars. However it was not long until they decided to check out the cafe/bar carriage and let me to look after their gear. I started to have a little panic when we got 5 minutes from ETA and no one was back. Went a got some rather dishevelled looking but loud boys and tried to get ...