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... lovely heart- warming food.
The kids were having a great time and finished off watching a movie on TV, we did not leave until about 11pm which was very late for us but not too late at night for the French children who don’t tend to go to bed until about 10pm.
Sunday 1 March
everyone up late and we had a nice relaxing day at home just watching movies and enjoying being together.
Monday 2 March
We took the kids to school for a full ...
... disgusting fish
and it still had its skin on, neither of us liked it. When Mum and Dad picked
us up after school, we drove to the doctors to get Corban’s rugby licence signed
off. Once that important job was done we drove home which took about 5-6
minutes. We were all starving so we walked to Quick Burger which took about 10
minutes always remembering to look out for poo and poles. Maddi had a delicious
Long Bacon, Mum had a fishy Long Fish, Dad had ...
... in sight for Corban but eaten all the same. They were observed eating and were at separate lunches where the younger ones ate first and then went to play – pretty successful for their first time.
The whole Montpellier schooling system eat this menu which is different daily – 30 meals for 107Euro – 3.56Euro a meal. Whilst the kids were at school Mum and Dad had a meeting at home with Lulu who helped sort out the house for us to rent and got some ...
... as we got closer to Sanilhac (pronounced San-ac). We did a few laps around a few round-abouts trying to work out where we were meant to turn; the sign posts were a bit skewed so it wasn't too obvious. We arrived safely after going over a magnificent stone bridge (built in 1245) in Pont St Nicholas, a beautiful, tiny village just minutes from our home in Sanilhac. On arriving there was some confusion as the local rep thought we were arriving ...
... so it was on and off with the jumper often.
Arles is made up of lots of winding, narrow lanes (not fit for American cars). Many landmarks hide within the medieval tangle of narrow streets. The town was built along the Rhone River, but it largely ignores it.
First we visited Roman Amphitheatre (at the top of the town), 2000 years ago gladiators fought wild animals, it held ...