Villa St. Tropez
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... So Lyndon rushed out to the carpark to make sure the car was still there, good news, phew! So we got the kids to stay out in the carpark with strict instructions to stay together and that if someone were to come along and unlock the car they were to race straight back inside. I think that was safe?? Not more than five minutes later Spencer comes in crying and I figure they have already had a fight, but no, the poor little thing has ...
... 50p! Bottled water was twice the price of a pint?! It was a lovely muggy afternoon and we spent a lot of it exploring little back streets and stopping for the odd beer or cup of tea outside small bars and restaurants we found on our meanderings. The sunset that evening was particularly stunning and we went back to squabble for room on The Bridge of Fail to take some photos. I had never seen anywhere like Prague and looked forward to exploring it a little more the following ...
... a taxi to get us to the rail station tomorrow morning. Pickup at 4.50am! And if that doesn't happen? Doesn't bear thinking of.
A late entry (well after we retuned to NZ)
Our dinner plans got a bit delayed when our walk over Charles Bridge was stopped due to the police blocking it off. A bomb scare. Maybe up to a couple of hundred people hanging around, watching, waiting, some giving up, some (like ...
... able to help her celebrate. Susan and Morris from Sydney are my favourite elderly couple. He is a retired builder and she a retired book keeper. They are having a little trouble keeping up with the pace of the trip but on the whole are doing pretty well. Morris was unwell tonight so Wayne decided to ask her if she wanted to go clubbing with him. She readily agreed having no idea what he meant. She is so sweet. She initially knew him as Wayne but ...
... colleague for every move she made and why it took 100 years to complete.
The saddest thing we had to do was throw out the tasty food we had been carrying around for us to have for breakfast so in the bin goes Paul's blue cheese, our quiche, the white cherries......
we were so shattered by this time food was the last thing on our mind and clearly we would not be allowed to take it to Prague. So goodbye to that plastic bag.
Now it is time to ...