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... and even though it is summer we saw quite a lot of snow on the high slopes. The rushing waterfalls and rivers were quite spectacular.
Had no trouble at all getting taxi, with a Tunisian driver who spoke good English and tried to teach us French. ...
... people just dress nicer, the job functions of people in the office are all more "business" type as opposed to techie (my experience has been that in general geeks don't bother about dressing up since your job is more introverted and "hard-skilled" and does not involve meeting people or communicating - for both of which appearance counts somewhat).
In the morning there's brioche, pain au chocolat and fruit in the ...
... over ratatouille
Chevre with apricot
Autumn leaf (chocolate mousse)
and of course, included was a small piece of chocolate (to go with your coffee) and a mint to finish.
You who are reading this, it's your turn to dine with your eyes!
... same way as we did yesterday, boys go one way and us the girls go the other way. We shopped until lunch and then at at the mall, it wasn't that good so we didn't eat as much as we wanted to eat. After we ate we all split up and went shopping again until 5:30 and we went back to the hotel and watched movies and took showers then went to ...
... which had been the site of a tightly packed community of houses built early to mid 19C, all pulled down in the 1980’s and landscaped into a lovely park which terraced down the hill, in one area there was even a tiny vineyard. It was very pretty and in summer is packed by the locals having picnics etc, it’s very well used. At the bottom gate is a memorial to the last hold-out of the barriers in the 19th century, last man standing ...