Premiere Classe Montpellier Est-Parc Expositions-Aeroport
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... A cannon and a dry thatched roof don’t really mix. The several differences that exist between the new and old were that they used cashmere Goats hair in the cement mix instead of cows hair, they also had four exits instead if the 1 that existed in the original theatre. The new one holds up to 1000 people, in the original they would have had over 3000 patrons in the open aired theatre. No toilets except for the Thames so one option if you were standing was to go ...
... cafe on a little square for a pre dinner drink and watched the Montpellier crowd. It certainly has a university town feel and is quite lively. Sue had a fantastic meal of foie gras(duck pate), squid and creme brûlée, while Phil enjoyed a salad, chicken mushroom and apple pie while sitting outside under a canopy. It was a great way to end our time in Montpellier.
Tomorrow we make our way into Spain ready for another European experience.
... Thursday 26th Tony got his first French haircut
at a place at Odysseum, it was a success which was a good relief –the kids
noticed as soon as they saw him at school pick-up. After the kids went to school we were invited
over to Sasha’s for birthday afternoon tea for Louis who is 3. He was excited to see his friends (amies) –
Maddi and Corban are the first people he has labelled ‘amies’ which is very
cute. After ...
... introduction to the south of France. They were so patient with our attempts to speak French and we learned a lot. They were delightful hosts and we enjoyed sumptuous meals, berries, wine and regional foods (chestnut honey, bread from a wood fired oven, fresh apple juice, and cheese).
We leave this mountain resort with renewed energy and excitement for the remaining stretch of our holiday as we journey through Italy before flying home on May 21.
... we were on the wrong train for the tickets we had but no problem as Séte was the next stop. Now we'll pay more attention!
We have found that Sunday is a great day to see a city in France if you don't care about shopping. It's very quiet in the morning. The French don't seem to be early risers and I guess some are in church. You have the streets mostly to yourself with little car traffic which can be pretty overwhelming in some places.