Ibis Budget Montpellier Centre Millenaire
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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 ...
... go not that we
seem to have many of those but the kids were at school and home for lunch.
Corban and Maddi had the international parade around the school grounds from
3pm even though parents were not allowed to attend, we will be allowed to go into
the school on the 30th to see the results even though we were
heavily involved with Corban’s New Zealand week. Picked them up from school,
once home the kids and Toni hopped in the pool for a couple ...
... 8211; A new week begins. Kids dropped off to school
for a full day by Toni with the promise of Toulouse sausage for lunch at the
canteen, we will see. As arranged Toni meet up with Heidi one of the parents
from school who has Alexian in Corban's class and brought her home for coffee
with the aim of speaking a little French. Toni arrived home with Heidi. We had morning
tea had with a little French being spoken, maybe more next time. Toni and Tony
... while French roads have a max dry speed of 130kph, just as we hit the non-existent boarder the rain stopped otherwise 110kph was going to be the speed home. Most of the passengers slept at some stage while Tony drove home with a stop off at KFC for dinner. Tom worked through his travel details with a little support from Tony and a great day and trip was completed.
Friday 24th – Today was “Good bye Grandad day” this was going to be a ...