Hotel De Massane
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... crushing mobile campers and were littered on the trails. Thankfully no one was hurt.
And then we slept in our campsite, in our little golf. Driver and passenger seats folded all the way back in the rain with the storm happening around us.
p.s. Jon did a thorough scope out of our campsite, no large trees in the area that could land on us and even moved the car a little just to be sure - safety first!
We got up early today to get to Montpellier to catch our flight to Rome. Peggy (our GPS in the car) took us on a bit of a wild goose chase to find the airport. Luckily we had left with plenty of time and it wasn't too far that we went before we realized that the airport was not that way. The airport at Montpellier was fairly small, but we could tell that it was growing. With it being a Sunday morning, it was also fairly quiet, making for an easy move ...
was our last day in France. We did not want to spend the whole day cleaning,
doing laundry and packing, so we did make it to the beach in Meze, which was
only about 15 minutes away. Blake wanted to be able to play beach ball
volleyball and had spotted a net on the beach when we went for ...
... we were able to go quite far out and the boys were able to jump off the boat and slide into the water. The water was cold, but it was quite refreshing. We then headed home for supper, wine and a quiet night at home.
Tomorrow is our last day in France. We have had such a good time and we wish we had more time here, even though we are looking forward to going to Italy on ...
... and hoped that she did not notice the smudge of strawberry juice on my chin!
We feel very relaxed here and are enjoying the fresh mountain air and warm sunny climate. Rain is forecast tomorrow afternoon, but we plan to hike in the morning and then have "home school" in the afternoon. The kids have been trying to speak more French, et moi aussi. Isa and Antoine have been patient in helping us improve our conversational skills.