Ibis Budget Montpellier Sud Près D'Arenes
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Today we went to Montpellier and did some shopping.
It was fun but my feet really really really hurt it was too hot and sticky. I wanted some comfy shoes or some with roller skates in them!!!
Mum scraped the car wing mirror while driving into the underground carpark but didn't do heaps of damage.
We had lunch at Georges Cafe, it was ok. I liked Mum's chocolate frappe and the Bonaffi Pie.
We shopped ...
... into aqueduct. On the other side we took a set of stairs to the top of the structure which stands approximately 50 meters above the river. Standing under this structure really led me to wonder how it was possible to engineer and build something so massive and complex. Many of my questions were answered in the museum nearby. There were several exhibits, a short movie as well as narrations to help ...
... headed off to find parc Font Colombe about 11 minutes away to
meet Corban’s friend Alexian and his family who had arranged a picnic gathering
for Corban’s aged classes – we met many more parents of the children which was
nice and got invited to catch up with a family during our Tuscany beachside
stay in the Cinque Terre area.
It was getting a bit hot around 37 so we decided it was time to head home about
2pm and see how Dad was ...
... down the Gargoyles and out is mouth therefore
protecting the walls from the water running down it. The Notre dame is built in
a Gothic style pre roman style and it is said that is on the site of two
previous churches unlikely to have been big enough for followers or ego’s, it
was completed in 1163 therefore making it 852 years old. Making our way up the
tower and right up to the bell tower through a few small doors gave us another
great view ...
... the Amphitheatre steps of approximately 45cm was a challenge
for young and old. The tour of the Amphitheatre which was built at the end of
the 1st century AD and largely still in tac was fantastic, it gave
you full descriptions of the gladiators and all who played part in the action.
It also gave a great history of the bull fighting that had gone on there in the
past. At the end of the tour all the
King men and King’s Horses decided that the Jardins ...