Residence Maeva Les Jardins de la Madragde
- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed
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... floor in the pit area and most people only bathing 2 -3 times a year…. Imagine it. Leaving the theatre we headed back to Tower pier and caught the river cruise down to Westminster Pier which included a commentary as well. Getting off the boat we found a local English pub along the Queens walk where had dinner. Home along the Thames and with bags packed time for bed. Tuesday 7th – Up early this morning we were down at breakfast at 6:20am. ...
We walked around small alley ways with the beautiful French decor and buildings admiring what we were seeing around each corner. It does remind us of a mini version of Paris.
As it is a bank holiday in France, the streets were quiet and most of the shops closed, much to Sophie's disappointment. We did find an indoor market with a few stalls opened and bought a baguette, ham, olives, quiche, tabouli for lunch then ...
... day the day before and
excitement with his friends Louis feel asleep at about 4pm on the couch and was
taken to bed – he sleep the whole night through until 7am the next
morning. On the way home we picked up
Corban’s birthday present from Nora that was at a courier pick-up place – a very
cool Irish Gilbert rugby ball. We thought
we would go to KFC for an easy dinner which was very yummy – just like home, we
... a few open. We ate a Vietnamese restaurant at 2.30pm. It was quaint in that there were a few tables in the front of the premises and toward the back the family was eating and had a baby in a big bassinet. We enjoyed the meal, it was a total change from what we'd been eating and like many NZers we like Asian food. Ang felt she'd had some real food - it must have felt to her like meat and three veg. It cost about 34 euros. Then we walked around the ...
... had taken our previous 'Boules on Le Canal' picture and re-created it two years on. We were all a bit wabbit, but expensive beers, and 'magnets' gave us the energy we needed to cycle home - this time on a better (safer) route. Everyone enjoyed our supper at Sue's. The kids ate and went of to Le Club and the grown ups sat and chatted and drank wine (but not so much as ...