Novotel La Grande Motte Golf
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... just forget everything you learned about gladiators from Hollywood. The phrase "Hail Caesar we who are about to die salute you" was only said once and even then, not by a gladiator. The odds of a gladiator being killed were actually really slim. Only about 10%. Very few were slaves. They were actually more like the boxers of today. Oh, and I found out that there were female gladiators!!
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... it's far. I ask 'how far' and she answers with 'beaucoup'. The sugar rush from the sweets has kicked in. I know the direction and I realise that I can just hitchhike. The first car that stops brings me to the closest campsite. They charge a ridiculous amount of money. I decide to hitchhike further, find another campsite. The next car brings me to a campsite and tells the owner that in on a budget. I get a fair prise and I'm really happy when I'm finally laying ...
... a wall and the seat. IT WAS TERRIBLE!!! Next we did Goofys Sky School, Mum didn’t like this one little bit, and the sharp turns were so sharp you nearly went flying out the cart. Second bad thing dad could hardly fit his legs in the cart. After that we went on the Silly Symphony Swings, dad had another problem. He couldn’t fit his hips in the swing. We went round and round for a short bit then it slowed down and stopped. Today ...
... we had spent 60 Euros each to see it. Poor planning on my part. Every cloud (excuse the pun) has a silver lining, though, because this turned out to be Jean's kind of vacation day--small, easy town to walk around in, nice lunch in an outdoor cafe soaking up the ambiance, and enjoying some nice French wine. I told him he probably would have gladly paid the 170 bucks just to avoid another eight hours of sightseeing ...