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... found anywhere in France, has a well-preserved old city centre and pleasant tree-lined boulevards typical of this region, and gardens including one of the oldest city parks in the country. Many would say that this is the most attractive city in this part of France.
First in stature of all the Roman remains in the city ...
... home with all her books as they had not been allocated lockers yet. With a trip back to the supermarket for additional stationary and a padlock completed it was time for dinner and an early bedtime for the kids to try and get their energy up. Bed for Tony and Toni once the cleaning had been done and more forms had been completed.
Friday 4th – With school hours earlier for Maddi she was up nice and early and out of the door with Toni whilst ...
... 6 Rue Gustave Courbet Montpellier in about 4 hours the door bell was rung where we were greeted with the biggest set of hugs and kisses from Sophie and the family. Time for coffee of course before the bags and the car had to be unpacked. Like during the holiday the kids were great and the car was cleared really quickly with all inside including the bags left at Sophie’s. Anything that was left in the apartment including cleaning gear was given back ...
... a huge insight particularly for Maddi has to how some live. Shacks and cardboard houses on a block on the corner showed that life and life struggles are measured in different ways, a good reminder for Maddi about the privileged lifee she has. Now if anyone has stayed at Ibis Budget you will know, limited accommodation for you to sleep and that is it. Maddi was on a bunk above our bed, the toilet had a separate room with the shower and sink being in the same room. The shower ...
... ladies were there – a couple from Canada, Linda and Helen and Sonya from the US, all were expats from various countries who were here from 6 months through to indefinitely, Toni was the newest recruit to the group. A nice lunch where she tried for the first time 'Café Gourmand dessert’ – a short coffee with a sample of 3 delicious desserts, one lady called it the best thing that France has and she wants to introduce it to her hometown in Canada. Of back home on the ...