Hotel Sables D'Or
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... bat which gave me the fright of my life. I ran all the way back to the table leaving my drink there.
Then we managed to safely get the bird out back home to its mother. Then we watched the Men's Grand Wimbledon Finale. It was Federer Vs Djokovic. We wanted Federer to win but sadly Djokovic won.
Then we had haircuts.
Then I did more homework and went out to play soccer with Olli and Dad, then came in for tea.
... the pool and played on some of the water toys.
We came home had relaxation time and went to bed. Dad and I watched the Tour de France highlights and went to bed. Art stayed up with Mum and watched Harry Potter until really late.
We also did a tour de Pouzolles run as a family this morning.
... it a very uncomfortable drive home. At least we had now mastered the toll booths; take a ticket when entering the toll plaza and insert it and a credit card when leaving at the other end. Easy. Just don't want to do it many more time this trip,
No dinner tonight. Just a cuppa. Seriously, we may not eat till lunch tomorrow.
When we had our holiday in Sancerre in 2005, we visited the village in which a ...
We had decided in Agde that it was time to head to a new region for the next stage of "le Tourette de France". The long term weather forecasts for the south of France indicated continued strong winds - some days up to 50 km. - not good for cycling unless you know it will be behind you. We have learned a lot about wind in France this trip. What we were experiencing here was not the cold cers wind off the Atlantic that blows between the Pyrenees and the Massif Centrale or ...
We stayed 2 nights in Agde, drying out in preparation for the last leg of the "campaign" for the Med, to SÚte. The town of Agde is set back from the Med on the canal and the Herault River. It's one of the oldest towns in France with 2600 years of history and is built from black volcanic stone from a long extinct volcano, Mont Saint-Loup. We enjoyed wandering its winding streets and little squares. I love the way you suddenly emerge from a narrow dark street into ...