Hotel Le France
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... with the light lagers for a few days, but by the end, I gave up and started drinking tea. Part of problem was we wanted to buy tram passes in Nice. They were 15 Euro each, but the ticket machine would not take our credit cards, or Euro bills. It only wanted coins. It was also Sunday, so the ticket offices were not open. To collect up enough coins, we started walking the Promenade, buying beers, then asking for as much coin change as they would ...
... tomorow or the day after. Today only made the yacht club at Berchem. Nice enough place. they speak flemmish here. Luckily we are close enough to the border that most of them speak french and some also speak english. The vhf has become multilingual. The lock keeper starts in flemish, I answer in french. They hear how bad my french is and reply in english. i miss the froggy friendliness ...
... falling on my head. I got in and made myself comfortable. I had to be careful with water and food because I didn't know where I would be tomorrow. OK, 2 crackers with one piece of cheese and later a grain bar. Tomorrow the quarter of baquette that I knew I had to soak with some water to make it soft and eatable again. I boiled half a cup of water for a tea. It was getting cold so I put on more clothes. Soon it was getting dark. And I mean ...
... The D'Orsay is where they all are. It was truly a gorgeous museum and surroundings as well. We loved the Degas and Lautrecs. A good day to be indoors-rainy. Our museum passes have worked so well You really do skip lines.
I'm still under the weather but trying to be the hardy body I am and fight on. No time for any 'down time' We stopped in the museum cafe for some tea as I was coughing very loudly and attracting alot of attention from the crowd ...
19 April 2012
It was a rainy day. And today we were traversing a part of France where we have been twice before. So we decided we would travel a bit further than we usually do, and make our way towards Limoges in the Limousin area.
The country was farming country - ...