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... in a city and having different meetings going on.
When were upstairs next to the office of CEFAM and took a picture next to the office it was cool to see the Rider logo on the CEFAM poster.
We finally were able to leave CEFAM to go to our cocktail hour.
We went to a bar near CEFAM. The handed out juice and wine. I was so hungry that I did not think I could drink wine right away because it would go straight to my head, so I drank juice until I was ...
... there for me and I'm so grateful for them and their support and their understanding. I suppose I only hope I can make them as proud of me as I am of them. Amine gave me a hug. My make up was running and it stained his shirt. He was being kind to me again for the first time in ages. It felt a bit forced, but I didn't want to kill it, so I didn't question it. Next I talked to my sister and then to my mum on Skype. My mum is great for Skype because she doesn't work anymore, ...
Not content with its range of more recent attractions, Lyon tops it off with wonderful Gallo-Roman ruins of an amphitheatre.....including a stunning tiled 'concert' .....what we now call the stage....set out in marble tiles, so fresh ...
... south for their holidays, we had fingers crossed the traffic would have cleared by the time we were to come back.
Our first visit for the day was to Chateau de Pommard for a tasting and free time. I didn’t get to see much of the Chateau because I spent most of the time outside the gate on the phone or waiting for calls, but from what I did see and from looking at some of the photos, the tour and tasting was pretty amazing. The setting alone ...
... a mainland. A river reached inland nearby and it had become clogged with silt. The French government was working to change that. There was also a tidal barrage on the river which undoubtedly contributed to the silting up. They had replaced the barrage with a different one which was apparently better.
After Mont St. Michel I worked my way down to Rennes and Nantes, both fairly unremarkable medium sized towns. ...