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... chapels and prayer rooms before coming to a dining hall, where the monks would eat their meals while one read from the Bible. It would have been freezing during winter as there was no way to warm the room up. There was also a special room where they hosted visiting royalty and the room of great pillars, which were built twice as strong to support the upper levels. Provisions were winched up to the abbey by a giant wheel, in which 10 prisoners would ...
... grave marker had a few lines from the soldier's survivors. Bob said reading these inscriptions was very moving). Our final adventure was a day long trip to Mont St Michel, a Benedictine abbey that started to be built in 708 and was completed sometime in the 1400s. It is the second most visited place in France (behind Paris). It was built on sort of an island - it becomes an island hen there is high tide - the tides here are the highest in Europe changing up to forty nine feet. ...
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Today I am taking the train out to Caen and checking out the Normandy D-Day sights. I am on a small tour group different from Rick Steves tour. Today they are going to Montmarte and an evening guided tour of the Louvre. I know, I hear you, however when I made this trip the Louvre was on a different day. They changed a few things.
I left my hotel in the dark and it was raining at 6:00am. I had a 7:00am train in the Gare ...
... who could sing along without having an accent! I can check that off my bucket list now. Now to one of my parts of my day, talking about my food! For lunch, I had my favorite sandwich, ham and butter! Eva compared American and French butter and said our butter is mostly fat while French butter is creamy and light. I agree! I then had my overdue chocolate eclair and had my first language barrier issue. I stumbled on the sentence and had my "I am a local" cover blown. Usually, i can ...
... the flu with "grippe". They even have it as an adjective. I had to email a professor to postpone our appointment because I was so sick and her exact phrase was " si tu est grippée, il faut que to restes chaude et au calme....." If you are flued it is necessary that you stay warm and calm (quiet) until you are better! I love it. Très adorable! Also who in the US when faced with deadlines would suggest you stay warm and calm ...