Hotel La Cremaillere
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- Swimming pool
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We started with a walking tour of Viviers, a village of about 5000 people. Narrow streets, old buildings, the church dating back to the 14(?) century. The walk spiralled up to the cathedral, which is the smallest one in France. Here, we were treated to an organ recital in the cathedral-what beautiful acoustics!
in the afternoon, we had a quick French cooking class - crepe ...
... for some) on July 30 - 2007 and banned for 2 years until 31 July 2009. ( Your Dad and mums wedding anniversary). But of course we yelled support on the side of the road for Iban in 2003 & 2004 at the Tour de France.
The most famous "almost" climb of Ventoux was the thirteenth stage (13 July) of the 1967 Tour de France ( you boys and I weren't born yet but your Dad will remember it, along with the moon landing) The ...
... by Laura and is quite true. But I shall finish my blog now :) So, I taught that same lesson several times that week and that day, and the students always had problems with the same words or phrases. Which is to be expected of course, but there was one class that I had on Thanksgiving that seemed to know all the answers! I was so impressed and kept asking if any of them had celebrated Thanksgiving before. For most of the class ...
... lycee sent me a text to ask if I wanted to go with her and her kids to a reptile expo that was just out of town. She also invited me back to hers after for lunch. My friend and I had seen the signs and were talking about going anyways, so we decided to all go together. We met at 10 in the morning and drove down to the parking lot where the expo was being held. Upon our arrival, I remembered something pretty important, all of the signs mention that ...
... on the floor.
As I did a U-turn around a roundabout another one didn't give way, he had a look of horror on his face when he say a four foot wide motorcycle about a foot from his door.Luckily I had anticipated his movements and was nearly at a standstill. He did raise his hand apologetically though.
The last straw was when we were sat at a set of red traffic lights and I heard a bit of a screech from behind, I looked over my shoulder to see an ...