Hotel De Vigniamont
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... bats again. Mum was still asleep when we got back.
We were exercising for 3hrs non stop.
When we got back we relaxed until lunch time then Mum cut our hair and we headed to the beach Valras Plage. At the beach we played with the beach ball rackets and ball and went out for a swim. Olli and I tried to build another sandpit and failed completely. Then we went back in and played some more beach tennis and ...
Today we went to Montpellier and did some shopping.
It was fun but my feet really really really hurt it was too hot and sticky. I wanted some comfy shoes or some with roller skates in them!!!
Mum scraped the car wing mirror while driving into the underground carpark but didn't do heaps of damage.
We had lunch at Georges Cafe, it was ok. I liked Mum's chocolate frappe and the Bonaffi Pie.
We shopped ...
... the bus again to head to the the town of Marseillan on the Mediterranean. The group went on a private tour of the Noilly Prat, which is the maker of a vermouth. Johnny volunteered to see what is was like to stir from the top of the barrel. It was a very big operation and we were shocked to hear that they only had 15 employees. Evidently there is a lot of waiting around while the vermouth is aging from one stage to the next. Then, came the tasting - ...
Another adorable town that we visited close to Sète is Pézenas. In doing my research on things close to home, I kept coming across this small medieval town that was the inspiration for many of Molière's most famous plays – "Dom Juan , ou le festin de Pierre" is based upon the Prince of Conti of Languedoc; “The Comtess d'Escarbagnas" had the features of the provincial aristocracy. We decided to come to Pézenas ...
... five month sojourn in Pezenas, from lead lighting to glass melding to sculpture to oil painting etc, I'd resolved we needed to try something! In the short time we had left we decided on oil painting as we could fit it in in a few hours and it was a reasonable cost. We learnt the technique from Marianne (who could cleverly swap from Dutch to English to French to German depending on the language of her pupils!!!) of how to paint a still life ...