Ibis Budget Montpellier Centre Millenaire
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... on day
one of our canal boating experience earlier in the year. We were lucky enough
to be there when they two boats were entering the bottom lock so we followed
them up through the seven locks which is a great sight. When at the top we
walked along the path to show them where we had spent the night and came across
two couples on a canal holiday from NZ (knowing this as they had a NZ flag at
the aft of the boat). Leaving them after a 10 minute ...
... This remarkable feat of engineering and construction was built to carry water to the ancient city.
Though the Nimes arena is over 2000 years old, it is still in use as an entertainment venue. It is used for concerts and also, unfortunately, bullfighting. Though at least this is the French version of the Spanish ...
... and went off in a real huff. A good majority of these guys do not speak English but know what to say. We all found this really amazing and were working out our next countries when we are asked again. With the kids on the iPads in our new room and Toni and Tony watching TV / sleeping we wasted a few hours in the air-conditioned room which is split level with a TV and full bathroom downstairs and 2 bedrooms upstairs. Time for dinner which was a walk across ...
... the 31st August so
what we do in December/January in our summer holidays is now officially summer
in France and summer holidays need to be taken. So for us that means that the
Kings really start part two of their year’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 ...
... Kids picked up from school where lunch seemed to be a frankfurter
rather than Toulouse sausage and home for afternoon tea and a little rest time.
Once Toni made it home with an appropriate hair colour, PHEW!! dinner was had
and as the temperature was still well in the 20 the kids went for a swim
eventually getting out around 8:30pm. Kids to bed and Toni and Tony watched a
little of Crocodile Dundee in French before bed.
Tuesday 12th ...