Hotel Les Myrtes
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... she was too far to the right hand side of the road and going to hit something and Tony was trying to work out exactly where he was on the road. Some roads being 3 laned and not marked and then some roads you would be lucky to get a milk trolley down – an experience if you have not done it before.
We ended up at our favourite store – Decathlon to purchase some swim caps and dick togs for Tony as all heads need to be tightly covered in the pool (Piscine) ...
... 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 ...
... seat – clean smelling but just did not feel right and was scared that the automatic door would open whilst in crouch action – mission aborted – will wait till I get home – AGAIN!
Took some nice photos and managed to get in and out of the super skinny carpark without any grazes – impressive! Got home in good time to pick the kids up – nice chat with Sasha at the gate and met Corban’s new friend, Simon and his Mother.
Another great day! ...
... was waiting at the bus to make sure I didn't miss it. We all got on but after a few minutes the bus driver got angry because two of the passengers were not on the bus yet. He paced up and down and eventually the two passengers ran the bus. We were then in our way to Montpellier. It didn't feel very long until the bus stopped again. I looked around and thought that it couldn't be my stop since there was no train station nearby. The bus driver came to me and ...
... Stumbling upon an open piazza, the city came alive. There were dancers and street performers next to a giant fountain, with restaurants lining the sides of the square. As I watched the break dancers I wanted to show a little of what I could do too. Meaning that I waited outside the circle of bystanders for a good 10 minutes before summoning the courage to do breakdance windmills, the one athletic move that some consider dance ...