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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 ...
to the above two. Enough flower talk. We got home in plenty of time to allow us
to do a bit of a shop before getting the kids from school. This was our first
major drive for some time without the kids so always nice to get home and know
we are near again, over 250km covered. The day was due to come to an exciting
end as we had to be back at the school before 6pm (detention) to see Maddi’s
English class act the 6 chapters/scenes of the ...
... through a lot of the statues where we mimicked a lot of their
actions and had plenty of fun. Making our way down to the ground floor we
stopped off to see “Venus de Milo” a statue with no arms where we met a full contingent
of overly pushy Chinese, luckily the Kings had packed their full shoulder
armour! We continued to peruse the museum stopping for a quick fuel top up and
headed off to Napoleon III apartments which were in the Richelieu ...
... is the tallest aqueduct in the roman world. It
is the principal construction in a 50 km long aqueduct that supplied the city
of Nīmes, formerly known as Nemausus with water. Built as a three-level
aqueduct standing 50m high, it allowed water to flow across the Gardon River.
Any picture does not do this place justice as you just don’t realise how big or
vast it is, hard to believe it was built before modern machinery was available.
Once you walk over the ...