Hotel de la Plage
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... favourite shop called Metropolitan.
On the way back to the car we stood in the fountain in the middle of the square it was so good.
Then I was really sad because I wanted to swim at the beach but there were no car parks anywhere so we had to go home as it was tea time and we needed an early night to go for our last dark bike ride in the morning. I was so tired I went straight to sleep
... in to our room, I don't know how much the most expensive room is but the one we were in was €650 a night! We were booked to go on a sightseeing tour so the bus picked us up and we had a tour around to see the Palace on the Rock and the other main points of interest which are mainly the Grand Prix landmarks. Our dinner was in a restaurant overlooking the bay and was very nice. Tomorrow we are going ...
... are vans and converted everythings parked along the riverbank, and tents wherever they fit - even on the football pitch. Essential appearance includes dreadlocks, piercings, harem pants and multiple scarves. And they've brought the kids along too. And some must have been hippies the first time round. The music is very repetitive, and goes on until the early hours. Everyone seems awfully jolly except for the locals for whom parking is a ...
... made the stubble on my legs stand out..lol. We also stopped off for a drink at the Hard Rock Cafe which was a first for me and the mango fruit smoothie I had was delicious. We also called into the tourist office for a local map and Rich enquired on where to find a scooter hire shop that we checked out. We was told to come back first thing in the morning if we wanted to get what was available. We left keen on the idea of sightseeing on 2 wheels and soon after headed back for the ...
... little boulangerie and the attendant spoke fantastic English.
Arrived back at the lolly factory and did the self guided tour. Sophie's best part of this trip!!!
Drove onto Pont du Gard and saw how magnificent this aqueduct really was. It supplied water to towns 50km away. The second tier was made up of 11 arches where as the third tier had 45.
How did they get those amazing blocks of stones up ...