Hotel du Parc
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... about every French city is that there are always so many places you can stop and get a bite to eat or something to drink, grab a seat outside the restaurant and watch people passing by, tourists, locals, students, we’re all living a different life and have the chance to encounter one another in different stages of our lives. It’s pretty neat to think about.
K, I think that’s all I want to say about Montpellier.
Onto the next city, Marseille. ...
Pack up at gite as we have to leave today. Goodbye to lovely grandparents, Pirette and Serge and the rest of family at Ecole de Saint Roman. We cannot go too far as Patrick has a dentist appointment for a broken tooth later this afternoon. So Aigues-Mortes again, this time to walk the ramparts. When we arrive we are not allowed to take the dogs with us. Too hot to leave them in the car. Nothing is going right! Sulky lunch then off to dentist. Dentist, ...
... building into an amusement ride, pushing people in it up and down the cobble stoned street causing quite a ruckus! It was all part of the fun though, and most nights if we weren’t partying with them, we’d fall into a wine and food coma!
The local school kids even added to the atmosphere, walking around town trying to raise money for their school ball by having people pay to cream pie them in the face! I think we all ended up having a go at this, and ...
... with the Myki. The Spanish and French ticketing system is much more simple to use. I got off the bus at the last stop and walked the 5 minutes to Valerie's house. She wasn't there but her niece let me in and led me to my room. It was simple but comfortable. I had a bed underneath some stairs, Harry Potter style and an area to put all my luggage in an organized manner. Valerie came home and introduced herself and the house and then went out again. Her ...
... of the crowd. After a song change I made some confusing hand gestures to one of the dancers, did my move, and got out. Video proof in hand, I quickly jetted out of the crowd as some of the dancers applauded. The adrenaline rush was followed by fatigue. Back in the room watched the Spain-Brasil Confederation cup while falling asleep. The routine is cementing and out bodies haven't broken yet, so the trip continues its success another day.