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... I’m sure there
are plenty of stories to tell!
Tuesday 22nd – With all taking a little time
getting going this morning Maddi was dropped at school by car with Corban being
walked to school. Both were having a full day at school with Maddi due to
finish at 4pm today. Tony got home to find very little movement from Tom and
Rosemary so set about doing the domestic chores. With Rosemary finally giving
up catching ...
... found anywhere in France, has a well-preserved old city centre and pleasant tree-lined boulevards typical of this region, and gardens including one of the oldest city parks in the country. Many would say that this is the most attractive city in this part of France.
First in stature of all the Roman remains in the city ...
... kids are allowed to be. Sophia decided that it was a big day so she hopped in a baby back carrier and went to sleep on Chiara’s back for the rest of the night while the rest of us enjoyed a really nice dinner together which of course included a couple of bottles of prosecco. One of the nice touches of the night was to meet Mario who was a boy with intellectual learning disabilities being a waiter for the restaurant. He was not related to anyone but ...
... a normal school day as Maddi was off to an English creative
writing course so that meant that Corban was off to school by himself which was
a nice morning walk. The temperature is starting to creep up and will hit well
over 30 today and will only drop to 20 overnight. We’ll still have the heat
over the NZ cold thanks, Heat warning currently exists. With Corban at school
and Maddi and Toni having finished selecting clothes for going away we headed
... whole of the Louvre collections they believe it will take you
four months). Making our way to room 6 on the 1st floor we got
straight up to the roped off area in front of the Mona Lisa which is a painting
by Leonardo da Vinci and is only 77cm by 53cm in size. Since we had lead the
way many others followed and the room very quickly filled up to the point that
some would have seen a far smaller Mona Lisa from the back of the room. Leaving