La Bastide du Calalou
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Non-smoking hotel
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... Wars toys on sale, Kate got to go to her favourite shops and brought some very bling headphones, while Nathan got to go back to his favourite coffee shop for a French style cappuccino. If you don’t know what it is, just imagine a cup of coffee topped with a large mountain of whipped cream rather than frothy milk. Very healthy! While Traci, the shopping lover that she is (not), had the pleasure of following the rest ...
... br> In the afternoon, Traci and Nathan went for a nice run together. Well it started nice until Nathan took Traci on a route out of town which we had to go down the hill at the start, which was good, but it was up the hill on the way back when the fun started! Plus, he took her along the main road, so not only was it hard enough running up but they had to dodge between trees as cars were approaching. We are sure we will look back on the afternoon ...
... museum, Kate and Roy decided they just had to go and play in the nearby park. At a beautiful 2 degrees, why not! The kids had a fun time trying out all the play equipment with the highlight being a standing see-saw as well as dragging mum and dad into relay races over logs burried end up on the ground. We were not the only ones at the park and it seemed quite a popular spot for families even in the middle of winter.
... and the National Anthem followed by the exciting news that this afternoon if the students were good we would go on a field trip! Kate nearly put the field trip in jeopardy as she was not too happy with the excellent teaching methods displayed by Nathan and Traci, however this slight hurdle was overcome and the afternoon adventure began.
Our first stop on the field trip was to the Ratz Brewery, a small ...
... biggest hurdle was picking up the cooked legs which naturally enough looked like skinned frogs and eat the meat from the bone. This obstacle was overcome with Nathan peeling the meat from the bones for the girls to eat without having to look at the legs themselves and we all experienced the taste of frog. Nathan may have pushed it a bit too far with the girls by pretending the legs were alive and jumping over the plate, or having a pair of frog ...