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... A cannon and a dry thatched roof don’t really mix. The several differences that exist between the new and old were that they used cashmere Goats hair in the cement mix instead of cows hair, they also had four exits instead if the 1 that existed in the original theatre. The new one holds up to 1000 people, in the original they would have had over 3000 patrons in the open aired theatre. No toilets except for the Thames so one option if you were standing was to go ...
After breakfast which consisted of a plate for each of us made up of a baguette, pane de chocolate, croissant, Easter egg as well as cereals of our choice, we ventured out to walk around the old town. Phil had the map in hand and became our own private tour guide for the day.
Montpellier is known as the oldest Medical university in the western world. The architecture dates back to the 12th century and the building is beautiful with ...
Saturday 21st - Saturday morning was at home as
Corban was playing at Altrad Stadium in the afternoon. Lunch had and off we
went to Rugby which was going to have to be watched in the rain. Corban’s first
game of rugby in front of his home crowd. Montpellier split the boys in no real
order into two teams. Corban played three games as they tend to do at each of
their normal games outside tournaments. By this time there were a ...
... starting to set, we made our way back to Montpellier, along the edge of the port to get a view of the boats.
I don’t get to see many sunsets here as there are always buildings blocking the view.
In Montpellier during one of our many walks, I saw a Western Boot store and thought of home. I saw many a cute store that I wished I could do some shopping in, but as space was limited in my backpack, I decided not to even look.
One thing I ...
... been a lot of small details and problems to deal with along the way, up until our arrival into Lyon, generally things had gone pretty well; sadly that was about to change. On the coach I had noticed the vision in my right eye starting to blur so I had a pretty fair idea that I was still responding to the steroids and would need to get to a doctor once we had everyone in their rooms at the hotel. We were to have lunch at a well known brasserie ...