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... and there a a few maniacs! The thing is we just couldn't find a park any where and it was extremely frustrating for us so we reset the GPS and found our accomodation for the night which was about 4 kilometers from Arles.
That was fine but when we began approaching we started to realize it was some sort of run down resort. It cost us 74â‚¬ for the night which was good but we needed to ...
... of who had been involved with the French and it included a NZ uniform.
Reaching the bottom Paris decided it was time to rain so after seeing the Tomb
of the Unknown Soldier we made our way back under to the Champs Elysees and
cross the road in the pouring rain. It was definitely taxi time as it was a 30
min walk back to the hotel. Once reaching the hotel we preceded to have a bit
of a rest before dinner so the kids got to have a little IPad time even ...
I can not find my toothbrush this morning
I seek it here
I seek it there
I seek it everywhere.
Perhaps someone broke in and stole it while we were sleeping.
people will steal anything.
That's why I write under nom de plume
We keep it all private
And no feral pigs were slaughtered o make this blog
... to manoeuvre round narrow tight corners. I just missed one car going round a bend but that was all. Rich was impressed with my driving and praised me as he does quite often but hey, I am female :) After an eye opening experience we eventually got out of the city and having entered the address of the camp site which was 7-8 miles away, we arrived after 6.30 and they had room thankfully, It wasn't much of a camp site but I was given free internet access that i didn't expect and made ...
... to France was due to political reasons and occurred during the papacy of Clement V (who was French). The French Monarchy wanted to keep a close eye on the Catholic Church and the pope because a power struggle that they were having. Ultimately seven legitimate (and French) popes ruled over the Church from Avignon. During that time, they built a magnificent and extraordinary palace from which they could conduct official religious, diplomatic, and ...