Hotel De Provence
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... t eat on them, so we found a shop and bought a parasol and settled on the waters edge. It was lovely. We all swam, the water was warm and we played and relaxed for a good few hours. We then dumped the stuff back at the car and headed for the tourist streets about 5pm. We found the obligatory toy shop to keep them happy and a few euros lighter we sought supper. With a bit of data roaming trip adviser gave us two options for supper. Having walked a while ...
... slippery and Jess and I were walking behind helping the twins negotiate the obstacles. It was cold but we all got used to it pretty quickly and there was no one else in the world at this point in time. We walked upstream for about 45 minutes before we got to a point that we thought we should turn around at, a nice little section of rapids so before we returned I sat down in the water and got all the girls to sit with me for a photo. It ...
... a little swim in the gorge and Jess, Lily and Ruby swam across to the other side and back, those girls are such adventurers. We didn't have that long though, just enough for everyone to have a swim and cool off and then head back again. The gorge really is amazing and you can just look up and see the sheer sides of the cliffs reaching up to the sky and actually what seems about halfway up there is a road that is carved into the side of the cliff and winds around and we ...
... couldn't let them which they were not that happy about. It was such awesome fun that we think we will do it again tomorrow and be a bit more organised. Also have to say a big thanks to Ron and Heidi who we met at Lake Caspe in Spain as they told us about this place and it really is just spectacular and we probably never would have found it ourselves as it doesn't seem to be overly publicised, even though it is obviously a very popular ...
... at this place at this time. We were all just crossing each other's paths, not even for long enough to be blips on each other's radars. But life's trajectories are never straight: they curve slowly and jerk sharply, but they are never straight and rarely rigid. If we're lucky, our paths will cross again. My trip in short The following are the ...
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