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... the girls went and picked up a few essential supplies for the Malibu. Arriving back in the hotel about 3:30pm we had a snack in the bar and a few ciders. The kids played on the hotels Xbox, Toni played on Facebook, read her book and Tony watched the Lions play the Bulls live. We went back up to the room where the kids watched a movie before heading back down to the Restaurant for dinner. Maddi and Corban completed the Easter egg colouring competition while at ...
... is now becoming a far more efficient process. Maddi was due to
arrive back at school between 4 and 5pm so off Tony went to pick Maddi up at
4pm, what time did she arrive 5pm. Toni kept on checking in to see if she had
arrived and as she states it Tony spent his time “Stuffing around” and yes she
was right he was reading the Stuff website to fill in time. Home for Dinner,
kids to bed excited for tomorrow with even a rumour that the Easter Bunny may
... form of entertainment of modern day is bull fights, yes bull fights, it is the only town in France that hosts bull fights and allows bulls to be killed during the season each year. Quite a spectacle. Next we headed to The Forum, La Maison Carree which is where the inception of Nimes was founded and another building built in the 1st century AD. I am starting to think that everything we see is super old. Super cool. Brendan had a wonderful ...
... amazing views across the city, plus we had a good giggle with setting the timer on the camera to get a shot of all of us!
There is an abundance of street cafes and we were spoilt for choice, even though it was busy. A lovely man made room for us in the shade of his terrace so Oliver enjoyed steak tartare (Yak!), I had a grilled Camembert salad and there were nuggets on the menu for Helena and Louis....Grrrr!
Next was the Jardins de la Fontaine. A ...
... action and the plebs, servants, 'women of ill repute' and riff-raff were seated up the back. In one of the seats, we found a crest chiselled in to the surface - I guess that family was not expecting to move social circles any time soon!
The Maison Carrée is an impressive temple that looks exactly like the Parthenon in Athens, albeit a mini version. There are 15 steps to the portico; it was important at the time to start and end on the right foot and ...