Kyriad Montpellier Ouest - Sete Balaruc
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed
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... here. Of course we couldn't move on until we went to see it. We got up this morning to a glorious sunny day, not a cloud in the sky, a perfect day in fact. I have to say one of the things I have grown to love about these van parks is the daily fresh baguettes and pastries. So we had our chocolate croissant for breakfast and headed out to discover the aqueduct. It is amazing that it is in ...
... the road and only cars were allowed through. We are a ,low profile, MH and they let us through. At first the presence of so many police made us think there was some sort of incident - terrorist or otherwise. There were hundreds and hundreds of lorries queuing up.
We soon ...
... neck and joked that there was a spider on her making Anie let out a shriek as she is deathly afraid of spiders. Clarke laughed and they continued through the labyrinth of exposed bones. The temperature wasnt that bad underground since it was only about 57o Fahrenheit in the catacombs. Although it was disturbing to be surround by a labyrinth of bones and also scary, Clarke and Anie learned more about the past ...
Guys. If we live in Kenya just don't take the Kenya Coast for granted. Sure people drive for days to reach the Mediterranean beaches and they are quite nice. But today I'm moored up (sorry wrong craft) parked up, 150 m from aforesaid beach and hundreds of people can't be wrong but poor souls probably don't try anywhere else much! They come to this site every year and some even have bought bungalows here on this site that they come to year after year. It's ...
... stone buildings, obtaining flint and other materials to make their tools from Sicily. The remains of these fifteen buildings are spread across the island. They are the oldest existing megalithic structures known to man, antedating the Pyramids and Stonehenge by some 1000 years. We visited the giant temples “Ggantija” which are built from coralline and limestone blocks. In Ggantija as well as in similar Maltese temples, remains have been found of statues ...