A L'Ombre Des Marronniers
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... one final group photo and started moving towards the exit. Parents were eagerly waiting for our arrival. We had finally reached our home after a memorable one month span.
When we returned after successfully completing the Summer University Program, the most common question that many people asked me was, “How is Switzerland?” Well, I felt that the boredom of creative God motivated ...
... aka the squat kind - and they have syringe dispensers in all public restrooms so that their drug addict population does not get AIDS. Interesting Public Health combination. On Saturday I took it easy and just went to the Museum of Art and History, which had an extensive archaeology exhibit (which I loved), and then treated myself to un pain au chocolat, my first since being here!
This past week was filled with more ...
... words rubbed off. But then it all just disappeared. Jimbo returned to the Orange shop defeated, just as Susan got to the front of the queue. By this time it was 4pm and not possible to start the next part of the ride. So our goal changed to finding accommodation. Our mediocre effort today meant that we had only one accommodation option open to us. Camping. Our newly enabled mobile internet machine allowed us to find a campsite on the edge of town (also in the ...
... of times we got too drunk and our favorite travels. The sun came up and shot through the bar window after a few hours, illuminating everyone's tired eyes. I decided it was time to end the night...morning, at 7 AM.
After taking a long shower, I tried to pack my bag before checkout at 11. I laid out all my stuff on my bed, and somehow ended up curling up in the corner under the comforter for some sweet, sweet sleep. Short lived, I was up an hour later, but ...
... which is run by Paul Bocuse who is (by Jamie’s account) France’s answer to Gordon Ramsey but without the swearing! It’s pretty darn fine and also celebrates my 54th birthday
The weather is still cold so on one of the afternoons we decide to have another go at looking at an English speaking movie. We fluked seeing Quartet the first day and it was great so we find a Ryan Gosling, Cannes film festival one playing called 'Only God ...