Hotel du Palais
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... parted ways for Singapore
and Montpellier even though a little tired after not getting to bed till 4am
after Moulin Rouge.
Wednesday 23rd – Maddi was up and ready for
the day ahead while her brother was still in bed so Maddi was dropped at school
in the car so that Tony could get back to get Corban going. As Toni was sitting
at the airport after saying goodbye to her sisters we thought those at home
better do a ...
... the bulls are not actually killed. Still, it is amazing to think that this venue has been used to entertain so many people over such a long, long period of time.
Aside from the Roman remains, Nimes also has a number of interesting architectural buildings of different time periods and the old town is pleasantly ...
... gear at each stop but somehow we seem to still able to fit it in the car while still being able to see out the back window and also allow both kids to come. When we were onto La Verna from Pisa the packing was a bit of a mess as we needed a change of clothes during the day which meant extra bags all over the car. Maddi and Toni headed over to the Piazza Novella to get coffee and smoothies for breakfast so Corban and Tony finished packing the car and drove ...
... with tomato sauce and Oasis orange
drink (Corban’s favourite) – after a bit of a rest and time to let the food go
down they then went off to the Piscine Olympic (Olympic size swimming pool)
which is a close walk from their apartment – they had a lovely time and HJ told
me that she saw two seals from New Zealand – great to know the kids swim so
well and can feel very happy and comfortable in any situation around
... Some of the false petition people get you
to sign petitions while others have a good look through your pockets. At the
end of the Tuileries gardens is Place de la Concorde we got ourselves an
American hotdog but for Toni the normal level of mustard seemed to be a little
on the hot side so water was also required. Crossing the road we started on our
journey up the Champs Elysees which included a few photos from the middle of
the road. Half way up ...