Novotel La Grande Motte Golf
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... down to Lambeth Bridge around the corner, it was getting pretty dark and the Queens walk was quite dark and secluded so we made sure we were ‘aware’ of who was around us. Our room consisted of a queen bed fit for a “King” and a sofa bed which was two single beds from within the couch, as you can imagine having effectively two queen beds in a hotel room was fairly cosy but exactly what was needed in a great location and accessible to a lot of ...
... day the day before and
excitement with his friends Louis feel asleep at about 4pm on the couch and was
taken to bed – he sleep the whole night through until 7am the next
morning. On the way home we picked up
Corban’s birthday present from Nora that was at a courier pick-up place – a very
cool Irish Gilbert rugby ball. We thought
we would go to KFC for an easy dinner which was very yummy – just like home, we
... When he was finally allowed to paint he painted 150 paintings. During this time he also did 100 drawings. Unfortunately none of his work is here. They do have pictures of his paintings in the spots where he painted. It was nice to be walking in his footsteps. However, I discovered that Arles did have a museum with his paintings L' Espace de van Gogh. Viking didn't arrange a visit on either of their Van Gogh tours - I find this unbelievable!
... big long dragon flys on it from beginning to end. It was a nice ride but we did expect and hoped to of seen much more. I didn't have any luck with the horse ride either as they understandably only did a few rides a day due to the heat and they were only at walk. The best ride as we understood was at 9am in a morning that was at a faster pace but they were booked out and to be honest, now I have seen where they ride Im no longer as keen as I was. After we arrived back early ...
... comfortable hotel, we headed to the Carreres de Lumieres and Les Baux de Provence. The Carreres de Lumieres was an old aluminum mine that had long since become useless; that is, until some bright artists decided to reuse its flat walls for video projection art. They had video projectors all around the cave and they projected famous works of art on the walls set to music. The current "exhibit" was Monet, Chagall, Renoir, and other impressionists. I was ...