Hotel Le Mediterranee
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... just forget everything you learned about gladiators from Hollywood. The phrase "Hail Caesar we who are about to die salute you" was only said once and even then, not by a gladiator. The odds of a gladiator being killed were actually really slim. Only about 10%. Very few were slaves. They were actually more like the boxers of today. Oh, and I found out that there were female gladiators!!
The sand floor was being worked on which ...
... well-preserved, with a pleasant, busy atmosphere. When tourist sites get too busy in summer, there are several lovely gardens in which to take time to relax and unwind in the sunshine.
Of course, with the seaside not very far away, you may wish to relax on a beach instead, but with so much to do in this area you will ...
... continue on the route only to find the restaurant of choice before 2:00pm (because we have been sitting down in restaurants this whole week around siesta time). Passing through Vaison du Romaine, the search began for Auberge d'Anais (which was supposedly at the end of some dirt road - how's that for a GPS entry). It was a collective task and we finally pulled up to a beautiful domaine and sat down at a table on the edge of the vineyard. It was without a ...
... ride you could think of, really good. Our last ride of the day was Monster's Inc ride which was nice and calming compared to the thrill rides. We sat in a lovely cool theatre for the Frozen sing-along and we got involved in learning some Animation - Animation Academy where we learnt to draw Marshmallow the evil Snowman from Frozen and Sorcerer's Workshop where we found out what Disney character we would be - Toni would be Mulan, Tony - Marlin, ...
... a carafe of wine! I can’t really remember anything that happened at school on Thursday, as I wasn’t feeling my best, but dinner was absolutely lovely in what must have been the busiest restaurant in town. Every restaurant in town apart from this one was empty, but the guy here had to keep turning people away. It was amazing food, so I can see why. We shared a mixed antipasti starter, and then I had a HUGE calzone, with a mountain of rocket. Unfortunately I ...