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... As it is important as royals to be humble we just stayed in the public viewing areas for the day and did not wake up Harry who currently lives there, actually he was in Australia on tour anyway. Going through the rooms and seeing the extravagance it is not a surprise that they cost so much to maintain. Gosh they have the temperature turned up in these places which may be good to maintain the building and its contents but not good for maintaining the visitors. A quick ...
... that field.
Maddi was an excellent supported to her brother and took
some excellent action shots of the games with the camera. We were all very proud of Corban’s
performance on the field and were hoping his black eye, bite marks (yes bite
marks) and little body would hold him in good stead for school the next day.
After the games were finished we packed up and took off to
McDonald’s for a fast feed before driving home ...
... When he was finally allowed to paint he painted 150 paintings. During this time he also did 100 drawings. Unfortunately none of his work is here. They do have pictures of his paintings in the spots where he painted. It was nice to be walking in his footsteps. However, I discovered that Arles did have a museum with his paintings L' Espace de van Gogh. Viking didn't arrange a visit on either of their Van Gogh tours - I find this unbelievable!
Yesterday morning I left early to get Jess' passport to her in Montpellier. I was initially a bit worried about fuel, I'd only used a quarter of the tank as I left, but I was conscious that it was a Sunday and nothing would be open - and it was too early in the morning for anything to be open even if it did open Sundays. I figured that by the time things opened around 9:15, if they did, I'd be in the country where there are no petrol stations. At one point my GPS, which ...
... the river. This section of the Rhone, thanks to 23 dams upstream, is a wide and lazy river. Much like the Seine in Paris or the Tiber in Rome, the river runs between concrete embankments, used to control flooding in days past. The walk was nice, but it was quickly becoming dark, and so I beat a hasty retreat back to the hotel to rest up for the next day.
The next morning I rode the rails over to Avignon. The ...