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... the kids went back for more, while Serena and I lazed at the van having a well earned forty winks. After all the excitement we came back for a stroll on the beach before our barbecue tea. Mark, Blake and I played bouls for an hour then I took the dog for her walk on the beach and took some photos (especially for Wayne) these were took about 2030hrs, a nice end to the ...
Sunday 10th – With a very slow start to the day
we missed our appointment with Jessica Jackson for a Skype, sorry Jess. We had
an internet disrupted Skype with Grandma and Grandad without tears which is
always good. The rest of the day drifted by with Tony getting the blog and
photos up to date before the kids spent another few hours in the pool playing
with Roxanna. I think this pool is going to take a hammering!
... pretty good English and I practice my forgotten German on him it does make him laugh so at least that's good. Over the way an English couple in a motorhome, haven't learnt their names yet but had a good chinwag with him, he's a ex BT engineer took redundancy and now retired so we shared a few stories. The downside is he's an Arsenal fan and wants me to come and watch the cup final on Saturday with him in the bar, I will of course but "come on villa" happy ...
... interesting people. Anyway, we came "home" to our van, that we really enjoy, and cooked an excellent BBQ dinner of steak, champignons (we're in France, so they are not just common-old "mushrooms", please), spuds, garlic, and .....I've been leaving it 'till last......because I'm having a senior-moment and can't remember the name of the bloody things.....but they're also known as bell-peppers..... What do you call them....? Anyway, you know what I mean... ...
... year by Pope Pius XII on 17 October, 1954. The beautiful Virgin Mary plaque now hangs behind the altar in Santuario della Madonna delle Lacrime (Our Lady of Tears Basilica and Shrine), a purpose built sanctuary. Ortigia Ortigia is a gorgeous, quaint village perched on the Sicilian coastline and only a short 10 minute drive from Syracusa. Our hotel room overlooking the sea also had access to a small pebble beach via a long staircase. The weather was simply superb. Our 2 ...
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Route de Brenas, Octon | Hotelfrom $86