ResidHotel Le Mayflower
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... lovely heart- warming food.
The kids were having a great time and finished off watching a movie on TV, we did not leave until about 11pm which was very late for us but not too late at night for the French children who don’t tend to go to bed until about 10pm.
Sunday 1 March
everyone up late and we had a nice relaxing day at home just watching movies and enjoying being together.
Monday 2 March
We took the kids to school for a full ...
Tuesday - Maddi went to école for her 2nd day of
school when it was only Corban’s first day. There was a bit of crying but he soon
got over it when he saw some boys who looked nice. By lunch time Maddi saw Corban
happily playing with some other boys.
Wednesday - We had a half day at school so after we had seen
Mum and Dad we hopped in the car and slipped through the skinny roads all the
way to Decathlon. There we got Corban some ...
Saturday – Samedi 21 Fevrier we decided to take an adventure on the tram to get a feel for the city of Montpellier. We wanted to take a round trip but ended up having to get off at Odysseum shopping mall and did a bit of shopping. We are getting into the swing of taking our shopping bags with us, finally getting on to the environment saving habit.
Unfortunately we need to pay for rubbish bags. Nice quiet day to help the kids to continue to adjust to the ...
... for our day in Paris.
On landing - Happy Valentines Day!! We were very surprised to not be given any arrivals cards, when we landed we followed our nose and the other people and went through the arrivals counter - whereby Tony explained to the man that he and the kids had the EU passport and I was with them on the NZ one - we had the paperwork at the ready but no questions were asked at all and Toni got a stamp on her passport without any ...
... by Arabs, Normans and Hungarians. it's heyday was in the 12th Century and it is now a world heritage site. May 10th/11th Well it had to be done, the Edward's Team own pilgrimage to St Emillion and yes we did buy a Grand Cru - 2009 supposed to be an exceptional year. Hope so paid lots of money, plus a bottle of organic white which was nearly as expensive. Again a lovely site but St Emillion itself a real tourist trip - George is convinced it is a big fiddle - bit like the Saint's bones!! May ...