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... Ellie, Corrine, and I had dinner with a really sweet older French couple. We had wine, saussison (sausage), and chips for appetizers before eating this delicious casserole that had vegetables, meat, and creamy cheesy goodness. After dinner there was a cheese board and a pineapple dessert thing-wasn't my favorite- and I had some herb tea (which wasn't bad). My favorite part of the evening though may have been when I made friends with the cat. I've ...
... My second was only an hour long but they offered us drinks and sandwiches (I was full so I didn't eat that).
So between the flights I had to go through security passport security, and it wasn't very strict at all. All that happened was the man asked my name, where I was going, why I was going there, and if I had a visa. No bag checks or anything else. I made my way down the REALLLY long terminal to find my gate ...
... desserts in total.
The Amuse Bouchée was a cucumber purée with a lemon sauce. The first course was Les Langoustines Francaises Le Guilvinec grillees sur la plan a, Ravioli ouvert, velouté d'Artichauts, tomates roties, jus emulsionne au Pesto. Next was Le Saint-Pierre peche de Bretagne roti sur la peau, Duxelles et fricassee de Girolles en persillade, Lard maîgre, jeunes Oignons, Pomme Maxim's, julienne de Truffle blanche d'ete, petit jus ...
... park the bike and walk about, when we next wanted a bike we'd find the nearest bike station and borrow another bike for the next leg. If we wanted the bike for more than 30 minutes, we'd return it after 30 minutes and borrow it again immediately. Getting home from dinner was easy, we'd enjoy a bottle of wine, hop on a bike and cycle back to our hotel, it never took us more than 20 minutes, whereas if we used the metro we'd have to change lines and ...
... government for housing and if i leave France ( Europe really as they don't check passports between EU countries usually) they may not let me back it. To get this I had to buy a 55 euro stamp. Yes that is a $100 stamp. Ridiculous. And it wasn't even overly special looking
INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET.
I talked to mum for the first time on Sunday since I've been away (almost a month) and skype cut out after 9 min, and that's without video.. I need ...