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We got up early today to get to Montpellier to catch our flight to Rome. Peggy (our GPS in the car) took us on a bit of a wild goose chase to find the airport. Luckily we had left with plenty of time and it wasn't too far that we went before we realized that the airport was not that way. The airport at Montpellier was fairly small, but we could tell that it was growing. With it being a Sunday morning, it was also fairly quiet, making for an easy move ...
... br> Unfortunately, the net was not up when we go there. It was a cooler day, do
only the boys went in the water (and only wading). We spent most of the time
playing paddle ball on the beach. We were able to get all of the work done in
time to be able to play a few games of cards before getting to ...
... we were able to go quite far out and the boys were able to jump off the boat and slide into the water. The water was cold, but it was quite refreshing. We then headed home for supper, wine and a quiet night at home.
Tomorrow is our last day in France. We have had such a good time and we wish we had more time here, even though we are looking forward to going to Italy on ...
... unless you take a boat trip around the 118 submerged islands. There are no cars, buses, or bikes permitted in Venice. To get around you either take a canal boat or walk. Each island is connected by one of the 416 gorgeous small arched bridges and there are 177 canals and 127 piazzas. The magical floating city is very well preserved both architecturally and culturally. There are only 58,000 residents now living in the historic centre of Venice. Over the last 50 odd years ...
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