Hotel Le Mediterranee
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... all sorted YIPPEE!) and Toni went for a drive with Sophie our landlady to get the parking permit for our car – it was a nice trip and we had a good chat about things to do around the area and we got invited to celebrate the Persian new year with them as Sophie’s husband is from Iran.
Half day for the kids who were picked up at 11.45am by us both for lunch and we had a nice time together debriefing their French lessons from the morning.
Maddi went over ...
... 8220;that’s a boy” thinking that was the changing room but it was just the ‘shoe
putting on and taking off area’. Once they found the changing rooms they got
changed and were going into the main pool BUT once again still learning their
way they went through the people washer with their bags not knowing they were
going into an automatic shower. Maddi almost wet herself not from the water but
from giggling so much. Maddi made Mum go ...
... in a round telephone box type space. Mum decide she could wait until she got home. One the way home we took the back roads and found Sete which is known as the Venice of Languedoc which is the area. A beautiful seaside town which is a port and seaside resort beside the Mediterranean – it will be beautiful place to visit again in summer. Tony and the kids felt the water, a little chilly right now but will be glorious when we go back next time. Will also be a ...
... not Friday but finally, following quite a few phone calls and a few hours after arriving, we made it into our house.
The village, Sanilhac, is very small and old. It only has a boulangerie with a café and two restaurants. The nearest small town, Collias is about 10 minutes away and has a mini-market, a café/bar and restaurants etc, plus other services and activities for the warmer months; it is right on the river. The ...
... Through medieval 1800’s it became a fortified town of 200 homes. It has now been partially restored and they still hold bullfights today.
Then we went to Theatre Antique, a first century BC Roman theatre that seated 10,000 people. They still use today but it only holds 3,000 people due to it being used as a quarry and the stones being used elsewhere, the entire top third ...