Pullman Montpellier Centre
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Here we are back in Montpellier again, last visit in 2008. Can't remember too much about this town other than during our last stay it was "friggin' hot Mum" and our new hotel had "no aircon Dad" and "why have we got a room on the top floor Stu?" said Sue
We had to leave the window open at night because it was so hot. Unfortunately for us, …
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... around 9:30 ish. With breakfast had at a leisurely pace and getting showered etc at an even slower pace once the girls had had there morning chat with Sophie we left the house. With noon passing we drove through to Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert which is a historical medieval town around 30mins away from Montpellier. Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert is one of the Plus Beaux Villages de France (The most beautiful villages of France) and it certainly deserves its title. With the ...
... he will do well. We head off to the Les Halles markets and sit in the sunshine with our coffee. And now there is two. We have loved our recent days of sightseeing the Languedoc and midi Pyrenees and now we are keen for some quiet time enjoying the village life. One of treats of Montpelier markets is being able to purchase a Bresse chicken. They are Appellation d'origin controlled from the region of Bresse (100kmx40km) and are not common. The poultry ...
... will see us go around the Greek Islands, Turkey and Croatia starting in Venice. Another two weeks of our holidays organised, four to go.
Wednesday 27th – Once the school run was completed, a little bit of shopping to keep the house running it was again time to get the kids. After lunch Tony and Corban headed to training early to do a little extra training. With training over the boys headed home for dinner and a quiet night.