Le Jardin des Sens
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... a minute drive away. Only two teams are going from the 37 odd
players so we will see how that goes for first game – complete chaos we are
expecting!! It will be lovely as
Grandma, Grandad and also Auntie Kathryn and Uncle Gareth will be here to watch
Corban in his first game of the season.
Home for dinner.
Tom and Rosemary arrived home from their short trip to Nimes full of stories,
we had a game of family Uno before bed.
... much time for sunbathing! There are a plethora of interesting historic cities, towns and villages to explore, as well as the beautiful countryside of the Languedoc and Provence and, of course, the frenetic Mediterranean coast with its chic and stylish resorts crammed full of holiday makers.
If you are coming to the ...
... you arrive in the port there is a beach ahead and a much longer beach through the road tunnel so the much longer beach was the choice. Five minutes later we sat down for lunch at a restaurant café overlooking the beach and the Ligurian Sea which was a great way to once again sit down and “smell the roses” rather than being in a rush to be somewhere. After lunch we headed down to the private beach to find it full so we walked along past the ...
... with Bunnings. Once we got home
Maddi and Corban had a nice swim before dinner.
Mum and Dad are on the home stretch of having everything prepared to go
away – a little final packing needed and some cleaning for Friday.
This will be our final blog based in Montpellier until 30 August. We leave on Saturday 4 July, first stop
Biarritz and will virtually be gypsies travelling through 10 countries in 2
months, 19 different beds to be slept ...
... Once a few rain drops occurred
we made our way back to the metro station as we were conscious that we needed to
get to the Eiffel tower in time and walking there would be a stretch. So on the
tube again which the kids enjoyed, they were also amused that the trains operate
without a driver, sounds a little concerning but seems to work. We changed lines underground therefore only requiring
one ticket we arrived at the Eiffel tower station Bir Hakeim. ...