La Regie De Frigoules
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... Claudel for her French/English exam, yes Maddi has been told even though we thought we had it arranged for her to stay with her current school that she has to go to college (11-14yrs of age which we would know as middle school in NZ). A quick stop at home and Corban and Tony dropped the girls off. I’m sure Maddi did herself proud, the exam seems to be based on making sure that people who want to get into the Anglo/American side of the school are actually ...
... but will be thriving
holiday place in Summer. We look forward
to taking the kids out one night to enjoy a picnic on the beach and play a bit
of beach volleyball.
Tuesday 24th – another quiet day, supermarket
shopping and a walk and we had smoke detectors put into the house by Sophie’s
husband. Law has just been passed that
you need to have smoke detectors in homes.
We actually asked for them as given it is ...
Day 6 A Van Gogh Day March 30, 2015 Tarascon &Arles
Arles is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It has many preserved Roman ruins. The Venus d'Arles is now at the Louvre. Here one can see part of the ancient aqueduct and the amphitheater.
They gave us another alternative tour which we took. It was a Van Gogh themed tour. I felt I had seen enough Roman ruins (although they were pointed out anyway) and wanted to focus on Van Gogh. ...
... me everywhere I go! If finding quiet places was easier I'd up and try somewhere else, but I may not find anywhere else and damn it if I'm not going to wild camp tonight. Some cars drove past, and some dirt bikers rode right past me, but nobody seemed to pay me any notice. I went for a walk along the clay flats to pass the time, then rigged up my hoodie with my iPad so I could start this blog entry without the bugs flying into my face all the time. Just after 5pm, a ...
... with 2 chapels and 212 homes. These additions were torn down in the mid 1800's. When we were visiting, a school tour was being held and the students had to learn some gladiator manoeuvres. Isabelle and Alexandre paid very close attention.
We saved what we though was the best for last....the Crypt. Sounds scary and ominous doesn't it? Well it was a very dark place consisting of a very long corridor, off of which were small rooms of unknown purpose. We could have ...