Ibis Montpellier Fabregues
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Fabregues
... the kids went back for more, while Serena and I lazed at the van having a well earned forty winks. After all the excitement we came back for a stroll on the beach before our barbecue tea. Mark, Blake and I played bouls for an hour then I took the dog for her walk on the beach and took some photos (especially for Wayne) these were took about 2030hrs, a nice end to the ...
... for the hotel so we made our way home along the Seine
as Corban as our tour leader. Without maps or google maps he had accurately
worked out how to get home to our hotel, a bit of attention to detail for
Corban which was surprising. Taking a slight detour from the tour operator
Corban we headed into the eating area and had some dinner at a fairly average
establishment with a waiter who thought he was amusingly efficient but to be
honest was even over the ...
... were plenty of takers. We had given the grandchildren some holiday pocket money and this was soon in action amongst the tat shops, the one purchase I saw and dreaded was a large water pistol, I guessed that Nanny and I would be targets in the near future. After our breakfasts we managed to resist the pull of the lunch time specials and instead we had ice creams, available in a vast amount of amazing flavours which did cause a lot of mind changing and ...
... quite cod to say the least, mother nature for you. We cracked on and crossed the French border and stopped in a small town called az Le hermies. the then got ack in the saddle and carried on our journey, Rogers red light issue didn't go away and plagued him all day with his rear lights going off and on. Still it didn't stop us from carrying on our journey. We arrived in Beziers, hotel Le monesterie and washed and changed ready for the evening, for ...
... ended up on a dreaded toll road. There was not a soul in sight at the dark toll plaza that, once again, wouldn't take our cash or credit card. Magically, a voice spoke to us from the machine and explained that if we found an aisle that had a green arrow, it would take cash! Now, in the past, such lanes were identified with an icon of bills and coins ... who would have thought a green arrow meant that cash was accepted? No more worries about toll roads ...