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Just a few words about today, we had the typical lazy Sunday. Up not too early and a nice breakfast croissants fresh from the bakery on site. A bit of a sort out and down the pool for 1030hrs, unbroken sunshine for the next couple of hours meant we were in and out of the pool cooling off. Back for lunch, not a Sunday one but fresh bread with ham and salad, Mark, ...
... Tony and a little annoying. Dinner completed
we made our way home via the local Carrefour City for a few snacks which also
included a bottle of 3 euro Smirnoff Ice for Toni and Tony. On the way home
Tony and Toni decided seeing the Effiel tower by night would also be worth
seeing so with the promise of an ice cream and adventure our walk later in the
night was planned. With 8:45 the strategic time to leave the hotel not due to
sunset at 9:26pm but due ...
... and the channel would be turned, as we protested, he said we were outnumbered, we both turned ( there were only 2 of us watching) and about twenty smiling faces were looking at us. The channel was switched, we left five minutes later with good humoured shouts following us. Arsenal won 4-0 which for a spurs fan like me was hard to applaud but overall they did deserve it. Sunday tomorrow so a day of rest, let's ...
... is narrated by a person on the ground. With battles completed, an elephant involved, chariot and horse racing/fighting including those being dragged behind them and fallen men being hit in this situation with a rubber mallet to make sure they were dead the show ended 2 hours later. It was a fantastic show that was enjoyed by all. A few killed that got up and walked away with no ketchup/blood required. We were seated right bedside the royal box in the first row which was a fantastic ...
... boatie help us moor from the side. They were a young Canadian couple that had seen the same sign on the canal as us “free beer tasting”. Tying the boat up pulling all the curtains and locking the boat up (can imagine the heat when you come back to this) we went for a walk through Poilhes where the Kings managed to sniff the craft beer garage/cave before the Canadians. Completing the mandatory taste test we purchased a dozen beers split amongst the blonde and the ...