Relais Akena Saint Bres
Travel Blogs from Montpellier
... on our friend Sebastian,who lives next door and is French, came over and helped Dad, Olli and I, put together our new racing bikes. We can now go for bike rides around France with Dad. The rest of the day we were relaxing.
We had an early tea and we were all in bed early. The temperature is 35 degrees and very hot again.
4.45am Mum and Dad woke me up to get dressed.
We took a taxi to Luton Airport. We flew on Easyjet it was a really fast trip only 1.5hrs.
There were heaps and heaps of private jets at Luton airport. We had breakfast at the airport.
Once we got off the plane in Montpellier we picked up our bags and got our car. It ...
... for our visitors that will be
arriving in September – everything the same in the car except more seats and no
backing camera – bummer. On the way home
we called into Odysseum to pick up a few items to replace some broken crockery
at the rental and a few goodies for Art class afternoon team. Half day for the kids – home for lunch and
then off to HJ’s our Korean friend for art class – the kids’ love this time as
they not only ...
... Tony and a little annoying. Dinner completed
we made our way home via the local Carrefour City for a few snacks which also
included a bottle of 3 euro Smirnoff Ice for Toni and Tony. On the way home
Tony and Toni decided seeing the Effiel tower by night would also be worth
seeing so with the promise of an ice cream and adventure our walk later in the
night was planned. With 8:45 the strategic time to leave the hotel not due to
sunset at 9:26pm but due ...
... said the French trainer!!)and then the request came for me to turn the boat around….. The canal would be approximately 15 metres in width so with the initial turn going well which included backing the technician took over so a pass was achieved with no boat on the bank. Now I had to park the boat back in the harbour backwards somehow this was achieved with our surprise, no holes in either our or any other boat. With the boat parked up, keys left in the boat as this is what they ...