Hotel Tour De Constance
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... for lunch. With a bag each and a jacket as we know what London can be like weather wise we headed off to the airport in the car as we didn’t have massive amounts of time to get public transport to the airport. P3 carpark was found at the airport (33 Euro for up to 7 days), car parked and into the airport we went. EasyJet here we come!!!. Once finding the departure gates we went through security which includes the typical belt off for Tony and boots off for Toni, ...
... 30am in the morning which of course kept us
awake for a good while after that. In
the main worrying that the check by the one hotel staff member was okay and
just someone smoking in their room made the alarm go off – this would not have
happened as badly in New Zealand hotels.
Thus we woke at about 7.30am still tired to take Corban off to his rugby
Corban played 3 games – they won their first, just lost their ...
... 5.00 and there isn't a tourist left. It's almost German inits efficiency. Our choice was to walk with them back around the ramparts or have them let us through a gate over one of the entrances to descend to the street inside the walls. The latter was our option, and Ches walked around the inside to do some shopping while I walked the outside to photograph.
I found her coming out of a shop 30 min later. As she still had shopping to do, I took up ...
... Not easy to find a berth but we found a place behing a shing Cat. The wind is howling still. The 40 knots we had in the morning has backed off. Still 25gusting 30. with Red all tied up we walked ashore and dee arrived. I thought it was great timing but it turns out Dee was waiting in the park long enough to have a nap. We took a visit into town and had wine and coffe before attacking the supermarket. we remembered the wine, beer Rillette and bread. But forgot the ...
... in Arles, why, because it takes visa. We ordered a few things, practiced our french from our little book grandma gave us. It was a great dinner, we all ate with chopsticks the whole time, the food was good, we ate every bit, and laughed until fanta almost came out Jack's nose. Arles, pronounced Arle with a bit of gargling, is an ancient city with a 2000 year old roman arena that once held 20,000 screaming fans ...
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221, avenue du Pont de Provence, Aigues-Mortes | Hotelfrom $102