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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... on.We headed off at 1.30 and headed to Sete,lots of luggage bearing people boarded,but we were safe.We then moved on to Montpellier where thousands of luggage bearing people joined the train but we were still safe. From Montpellier we travelled to Nimes then to Avignon.From Avignon the train took on full speed and we headed for Paris.The journey took 4 1/2 hours. The refreshment carriage was closed so you could not even get a coffee or a water. Bernie managed to grab a water ...
... and fountains. From here, we walked up towards the old Opera house and sat down at a typical Parisian street-side cafe for a hot chocolate! Disappointingly wasn't the thick chocolate that I was expecting (like you get at Angelina - my favourite place). We watched the world going by from the side of the street. I waved goodbye and headed up to the Republique. A recently refurbished huge open square. Last time I was here it was a large building side and a very ...
... beautiful place without any modern tools. The gardens and the palace were amazing to tour but after a dinner just outside of the palace gates it was time to finally see the monument that screams Paris; the Eiffel Tower.
Climbing the stairs from the metro it was amazing to immediately see the Eiffel tower glistening in the night sky. Somehow it was even more beautiful than I had remembered. Instantly, my love for Paris was rekindled; I felt ...
... garden, and as Nick was showing me where to put my tent cherry called out the window to see if I'd be wanting any dinner. A smile lit up my face and that was enough of an answer. I had as much as I could eat for the main course followed by cheese and desert AND coffee. I felt very lucky to have found such a hospitable couple. After a while of talking I went to bed having been told that breakfast would be served at 8.30- More pastries no ...
... centre, something that Sahra was very excited to see. Sahra has become a horse enthusiast the last couple of years so we have been organizing riding lessons and anything that has to do with horses whenever the opportunity arises.
Horse riding is quite common in France, and even Monflanquin, a small village of a few thousand people, has an equestrian centre. However, Sahra has been taking lessons three times a week in Villeneuve-sur-Lot, ...