Hotel Colisee Verdun
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Picked the kids up from school after their full day which included Steak and Chocolate cake for lunch, we got the kids home for afternoon tea and a debrief of the day. Maddi and Tony hopped in the car and went back to Odysseum to get her French English dictionary that she needed for school. Home again to a nice dinner of Burrito’s prepared by Toni and Corban…
Nice here we come for the weekend after school so that should be ...
... Sunday we had a really quiet day. It was so
quiet Corban didn’t get changed into his clothes and we didn’t even leave the
Monday – We ate at the canteen today. We had roast chicken
which isn’t cheap here so it was a big surprise to eat it.
Tuesday – On Tuesday morning Mum’s phone wasn’t working so
she had to go to Orange (phone shop similar to Vodafone) while we went to
school. For lunch Mum and ...
... 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 ...
... looked the same. With two hours to go, the bus stopped at a major bus stop just near the border with a petrol station and large cafe/restaurant. He said something in Spanish and then looked at me and said "30 minutes". He was very kind to poor old English speaking me. We all got off, stretched our legs, went to the bathroom and had a bite to eat. It was scorching hot outside so most of us spent the 30 minutes inside the cafe. When the 30 minutes were up I made ...
... to try our French, so we just let Jake speak. Turns out for another night in a row we get our own room. We caught a glimpse of French Law and Order, called "New York Judiciare" before going out on the town. Customarily we made a beeline for food, not stopping until our bellies were full. The main course tonight was pizza, our first of the trip. We tried holding out till Italy but the deal was too good. After dinner we hobbled ...