Inter-Hotel Le Sud
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... favourite shop called Metropolitan.
On the way back to the car we stood in the fountain in the middle of the square it was so good.
Then I was really sad because I wanted to swim at the beach but there were no car parks anywhere so we had to go home as it was tea time and we needed an early night to go for our last dark bike ride in the morning. I was so tired I went straight to sleep
... It took us a bit longer to get back to the hostel this time. Jaden suggested we stay on past our stop and take the bus all the way to the end of its route and get off at a closer stop to our hostel. Trouble is the bus took a long time to get to the end of its route and then stayed an extra 13 minutes before returning. Finally at 9 pm we are back at the hostel. Now it's time to wash clothes! Think I'll have a ...
... 8217;s kids (Korean/American family – HJ was away in Korea with her Art Exhibition) needed taking care off and we offered to help out with Manu a French/Brit. We ended up walking to the Boulangerie to buy some goodies with Manu and took Daniel, Joshua and Manu’s son Gabrielle home for a slap up lunch. Manu left us with the boys as her girl Maddi was just getting over Chicken pocks. We added Popcorn to the mix which created much fun and the kids said they had 'the best ...
... its part and was probably our first day of consistent rain all day. After a bit of clean the house time, scrambled eggs for lunch, Maddi headed off to her friends Clare party with Toni driving and discovering a whole new part of Montpellier. Toni’s intent was to do a bit of shopping but then realising not much is open on a Sunday came home until Maddi was due to be picked up again. Corban had time with his Ipad and played his rugby board game with Tony. Tony spent most of ...
... get the back doors closed. This lock was slightly different as Toni stayed in the boat as the wall had metal poles running up the wall that should allow the rope to raise as the boat did when the water lifted the boat up, all seemed to work as it was supposed to. This lock was probably 10-12metres high. This was the Beziers lock which gave us a view over towards the cathedral that we had visited on our first road trip. The thing that really resonated with us was that even though ...