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Just a few words about today, we had the typical lazy Sunday. Up not too early and a nice breakfast croissants fresh from the bakery on site. A bit of a sort out and down the pool for 1030hrs, unbroken sunshine for the next couple of hours meant we were in and out of the pool cooling off. Back for lunch, not a Sunday one but fresh bread with ham and salad, Mark, ...
... Once a few rain drops occurred
we made our way back to the metro station as we were conscious that we needed to
get to the Eiffel tower in time and walking there would be a stretch. So on the
tube again which the kids enjoyed, they were also amused that the trains operate
without a driver, sounds a little concerning but seems to work. We changed lines underground therefore only requiring
one ticket we arrived at the Eiffel tower station Bir Hakeim. ...
Friday night and it was time for the international match of the week, yet another England verses Germany struggle. Representing the Germanic nation was our neighbour Charlie, Dave and I were representing the English hopes and dreams. Charlie explained the rules and went through the different techniques of throwing the boule, Dave and I played a couple of games to master the skills then it was the winner to take ...
... 8217;s entertainment after dinner was a Spotify music selection with Dad dancing on the bed and falling through the dismantled slat bed. No more injuries, bed put back together again, a bottle of wine completed by Toni and Tony and off to sleep.
Friday 8th – Victory Day in Europe (Public Holiday). After a good night’s sleep and a full breakfast we set off for our day in Marseille. With a public holiday inforce it made it easier to drive around and find ...
... Boat cleaned, bags packed and ready for exit in the morning.
Wednesday 15th – With the final cleaning completed we were checked out, paid the fuel cost and headed home for Montpellier. With Grandad and Chris due in at 2pm that afternoon we had our first showers for a number of days, (Corban not even having one after rugby – bad parents!!) and started the washing of clothes as our time was limited and we would be back on the road again on the 16th.