Hotel Les Alizes
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... favourite shop called Metropolitan.
On the way back to the car we stood in the fountain in the middle of the square it was so good.
Then I was really sad because I wanted to swim at the beach but there were no car parks anywhere so we had to go home as it was tea time and we needed an early night to go for our last dark bike ride in the morning. I was so tired I went straight to sleep
... its many shops, pedestrian areas and sandy beach. We all went for a refreshing swim in the warm water. We had time before the return train trip to have dinner so we chose a small, Turkish restaurant off of the main tourist area. We had a nice table outside on the street with a very friendly waiter. The food was fantastic. Emma had a chicken meal and the rest of us opted for lamb kebabs in a wrap with ...
... was left over Pizza for Maddi from last night. 1:45 rolls around pretty
quickly so it was back to school for the kids and time back at the computer and
mobiles for Tony and Toni prepping for the 2 months away. Nana’s Baked Bean
Curry Mince and wraps for dinner which is part of cleaning the cupboards before
pack up. Kids to bed with Toni and Tony spending the remainder of the night in
planning mode. Still plenty of ports and locations to plan.
... through a few shops and had a very traditional
coffee at a French café called “Starbucks” with nothing purchased other than a
coffee and Chocolate chaud. We reached the bottom of the Arc de Triomphe and
found our way to underground ticket booth. Up to ground level and off we went
up the 284 steps to the top, what a view after the catching of the breath. On
the way down after spending some time at the top we stopped off at the ...
... together whilst
also working out the closest carpark, luckily we knew our accommodation was
looking over a big roundabout in the centre of the town. That roundabout just happened to be
the Arena. Carpark found, bags thrown on our backs, check in completed. The
girls in one room (Maddi and Chris in the big bed and Toni on the stretcher
bed), boys in the other, Corban and Tony in the big bed with Tom on the
stretcher bed and the boys in the other. The rooms were ...