- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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... we picked up our car which is what we keep for 5 weeks. It is 40 minutes to our house on the A9 motorway.
On the way to our house we had a quick stop in Pezenas at the Carrefour Supermaket to get a few groceries. When we arrived home we went upstairs and unpacked the groceries and suitcases and opened all the house up to air.
Seb and Dad put our new bikes together all afternoon, I couldn't wait to go for a ride. They are Italian and I am so excited. It is very hot, 33 degrees Celsius and I was trying to sneak and open the box before they opened mine.
We didn't go for a bike ride as we were all so exhausted I just needed to go to sleep.
... for a quiet night for the kids, Toni making a bacon and
egg pie for a shared picnic for the next day and Toni and Tony continued on
with the planning – we are nearly there – yippee!! We had some family games of Uno card game
which was a gift for babysitting from Sasha – very competitive family time!
Sunday 28th – all up and dressed ready to chat to
Maddi’s Wellington school friend Jess and her Mother Marija. It was great ...
... and seated by Charles the owner operator. Well we were not disappointed as he had a great manner and the food was lovely, the kids had Galette with bacon and egg inside while Tony and Toni had cheese, potato, egg and bacon and in good King style nothing was left on the plate. Finishing off two bottles of
cidre it was time for a dessert of crepes, Maddi had chocolate and Chantilly
cream, Corban had sucre, Toni had pomme and Cinnamon (tasted like an apple
... better than
what we have seen elsewhere so far, Corban was happy to enter this time given
it was a bit brighter. Leaving the Cathedral we headed up the road even though Chris would not
follow the leader and wanted to go off in her own direction (very hard to
control, I blame her father). Eventually getting the tourists under control we went
through the Place Royale du Peyrou and Chateau D’Eau which looks down on our
very own impressive Aqueduct. The back ...