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... to us in English, even though all the prompts were in French.
Out to V-B the town, and it is only tiny, but a lot of references to Australia. The cemetery is about 2kms out of town, so went straight there.
It is mind-blowing. So immaculate, and the gounds are quite large. You arrivge at the bottom of the cemetery, with a couple of small buildings, and make your way to the top, and the large monument that you can ...
... brought us to Gare du Nord where we parted ways, and from there I took one metro line to get to my stop. A French girl about my age saw me struggling with my bags at the metro exit and carried one of them up a flight of stairs to help. I was quite thankful! Since my lease didn’t start until Tuesday, my dad had arranged for me to stay in a nearby hotel for a night. It was a typical French hotel, tiny although surprisingly efficient. The ...
... could ascend. This seems to be the case everywhere in Europe now....for future reference it is better to purchase tickets on line prior to coming over so you can skip the line! Surprise was the church next to it. Like most Italian churches, paintings and stone work adorn the structure. Part of the structure contains a domed enclosure. One of the attendants closed the doors and "sang" a few notes ( acoustically). The sound was incredible and we were all amazed at the how ...
... in French that doesn't grind my nerves.
Although, I absolutely detest being called "jeune fille" (young girl/lady). You would think with such an old language, the French would be able to come up with a few more words other than fille which means lady, girl, and daughter all at the same time. I'm not 6 or 12 or even 18. Just stop.
Women: For the most part, it is socially acceptable (and ...
... France. I just wanted to make you wait a bit longer.......
Houston, I'm coming for you! I found out yesterday evening that I was awarded the position with PAIR. I start the 15th of July!
Had anyone told me before I left in January that I would be moving back to Texas, I would have said they were nuts. But, I am really excited about this opportunity to work with refugee youth and be back to Tex-Mex!