Hotel des Arts
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... at the café near the entrance appropriate we sat down for lunch. After
lunch Rosemary left Tom and Tony at the café where Tom had another sangria
before heading off for a small shopping expedition at the biscuit shop. To
waste a little time it was time for coffee again so we went back to the first
coffee café to have another while waiting for Rosemary at 2:45. Heading back to
the car we made our way home with Tom and Rosemary being dropped off at ...
... Nimes also has a number of other Roman sites of interest, including a temple to Diana and the Tour Magne, which was once a part of the city's Roman fortifications. Those with a perticular interest in Roman sites should also make the time to visit the aqueduct of Pont du Gard which you will find around ten miles to the north-east of ...
... 8:30 to start the packing while the other slept. The goal was to restructure three big bags into one bag that we would need for the next 4 – 5 days. The washing had not been done for a while so first job was to take stock of that as we knew that we had a washing machine at tonight’s accommodation so all those clothes could be used once washed. With a set of clothes for the day and one other clean set the bag was packed which included all the ...
... was left over Pizza for Maddi from last night. 1:45 rolls around pretty
quickly so it was back to school for the kids and time back at the computer and
mobiles for Tony and Toni prepping for the 2 months away. Nana’s Baked Bean
Curry Mince and wraps for dinner which is part of cleaning the cupboards before
pack up. Kids to bed with Toni and Tony spending the remainder of the night in
planning mode. Still plenty of ports and locations to plan.
... br> the Louvre. These apartments were an amazing reflection of life would have been
like in its full pomp and glory, these were really spectacular. As we were
coming to the end of the apartments and what we had decided was enough of the Louvre
an alarm sounded for all patrons to leave the louvre, well there was no hurry
most staff were not even moving therefore most of the patrons keep going about
their day. Maddi and Corban both did say maybe they do ...