Hotel Restaurant Le Patio Del Sol
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... the kids went back for more, while Serena and I lazed at the van having a well earned forty winks. After all the excitement we came back for a stroll on the beach before our barbecue tea. Mark, Blake and I played bouls for an hour then I took the dog for her walk on the beach and took some photos (especially for Wayne) these were took about 2030hrs, a nice end to the ...
... on July 14, 1789, following
several days of disturbances therefore the name the “July Column (Colonne de Juillet)”
We walked down to
the canal which ended at this point and then off to the local market, not the tourist
market but the French open air fresh market. Coffee was enjoyed at the café
with the local breads for breakfast from the local Boulangerie. Shereen’s Dad
went with Tony but Tony completed the order ...
Ran this morning, but feeling like my running is not doing enough to combat the eating! Lessons were ok today, talked a bit about the different types of essay plan and the French seem to like it more complicated, especially at university level... Uh-oh! Had the daily catch up with Debs on a bench in the sun eating apricots, and have come back home to do some work and leave some stuff behind before going back to the centre for a film at ...
We were up early at 8 and left before 10 as we stayed at my dads Aunt last night! ( hopefully I can catch up on yesterday's blog, but have failed to on the previous days we have missed!) Anyway we left the luxury of a pool, bed and free lovely cooked food to get back on our bikes! It was a bit cooler this morning luckily so we set off from a small village near Pezenas on route to Meze then Montpellier. We found some good cycle routes from Meze all the way into ...
... 232;te. We took the train and walked around the port, went to the little beach where the crazy German went for a swim in the freezing sea, wasn't the most thrilling of trips but I was exhausted so had a bit of an impaired judgement. Turns out we didn't see the 'best bit' of Sète because we didn't climb the hill to get the view of the lakes. I'll just have to come back! Fell asleep on the train back to Montpellier, and then got the tram to ...