Hotel du Parc
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After last nights Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and a late night which was going to bed at 11pm we had to wake up at 3am.
What a wake up call!!! Our taxi arrived at 4am.
Our Easyjet plane left at 7.20am with boarding from 6.30am. It takes an hour and a half to fly to Montpellier which is very close to our house in France. At ...
... Peugeot 7 seater.
Then Mum drove all the way on the motorway to Pezenas (40 minutes). We had to get some food from the Supermarche.
We then arrived at our house it is Saturday so Sebastian and for short Seb, our neighbour was home. He is very nice, he fixed lots of things for us at our house in France.
We unpacked everything ...
... 8217;s big adventure. We leave our
accommodation on the 4th of July and return to it on the 30 August
while which time we need a home, we chose not to have it during the summer
break but renew it in August for the remainder of the calendar year. We are
going to have a pretty spectacular 2 months which will see us touch foot in 10
countries; France, Spain, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, Monaco, Italy, Greece,
Croatia and Turkey. We will stay in ...
... day to clear
the halls to allow more in! Enough of the Louvre for us so we headed outside
and through the Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel Tuileries gardens where we met a number of our 1Euro friends with
selfie sticks and Eiffel tower key rings. The false petition people were having
foul mouth conversations in French that the kids worked out what they were
saying with the 1Euro people all trying to hold the space to get the tourists.
(Their French is ...
... is the tallest aqueduct in the roman world. It
is the principal construction in a 50 km long aqueduct that supplied the city
of Nīmes, formerly known as Nemausus with water. Built as a three-level
aqueduct standing 50m high, it allowed water to flow across the Gardon River.
Any picture does not do this place justice as you just don’t realise how big or
vast it is, hard to believe it was built before modern machinery was available.
Once you walk over the ...