Madame Vacances Residence Les Consuls de la Mer
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... Nimes also has a number of other Roman sites of interest, including a temple to Diana and the Tour Magne, which was once a part of the city's Roman fortifications. Those with a perticular interest in Roman sites should also make the time to visit the aqueduct of Pont du Gard which you will find around ten miles to the north-east of ...
... months will be a good experience for her – just learning all the different subjects with different teachers and working her way around a larger school will be a challenge but a good chance for her to see what things will look like for year 9 back in Wellington.
8.15am Mum walked Maddi the 12 minutes to College and Tony and Corban walked the 6 minutes to Sibelius Pottier, early just to be prepared for what was to come. Gates opened at 9am for Maddi and 8.45am ...
... Home for a little packing while the kids watched the start of “Percy Jackson and the lightning thief” which is based around the Greek gods and physical areas of Greece that they have been to which certainly engages them such as the Pantheon. Time for bed for the kids and time to rest Maddi’s sore toe after her brother did the damage, all fair in love and war, the parents were not far away either. Most of the packing completed so it ...
... on our friend Sebastian,who lives next door and is French, came over and helped Dad, Olli and I, put together our new racing bikes. We can now go for bike rides around France with Dad. The rest of the day we were relaxing.
We had an early tea and we were all in bed early. The temperature is 35 degrees and very hot again.
... of weapons and uniforms tracing French military
conflicts including Napoleon's gilded tomb it was still open, it was 10:45pm.
So as you do, you visit musees in the middle of the night, later finding out
that they open the musee’s free late at night once or twice a year. We were
waiting to be asked for a ticket but continued through the chapel which was a
stand out in itself, past a lot of weapons, uniforms and military regalia
including a number ...