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- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
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... will be tested and I don’t know how I’m always going to react. What I do know is that I keep fighting my way back and the person I’ll be at the end of this will be better, stronger, and smarter.
Okay, enough of the whole self-reflective stuff. Today I saw one of the best preserved Colosseums in the world (pic 1)!! It was fantastic!! They offered a free audio guide which, though really long, was a wealth of ...
... arena, and the Maison Carrée. The former is one of three large Roman arena in southern France. The latter is a Roman temple which is said to be the best preserved Roman temple to be found anywhere in the world. The slightly belittling name, which means 'square house' in French, does not really do it justice. As well as these two ...
... and anticipation for this DTS grows. There's already so many incredible things happening here, and I'm sure the things to come will only be greater and greater!
Ways you can be praying with us:
1: For outreach locations to write us back - we can't really begin to plan outreach until we know which bases can host us and when, and we would love to get plane tickets as soon as possible!
2: For open ears and eyes to ...
... Montpellier, hoping to catch a meal and see a bit of the city but unfortunately we were really short of time and only managed to drive through the centre. We grabbed some treats from a patisserie and continued our trek – we needed to drive to Nimes then get a connecting road to Uzes. This is where it all went pear-shaped.
Due to a lack of French language and the unknown roads, I was relying on my phone’s GPS. I chose what appeared to ...
... fantastic museum that we visited prior to returning to base.
We found in Australia that museums are not places of display cabinets of millions of fossils, but are more attuned to the modern age with realistic video and interactive stations giving the information needed and this museum was no exception. It even had an area built of the local stone which was the size of half of one of the arches on the top tier.
There was also a cinema which we went into seemingly ...