Chateau de Luze
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... riots and protests of 1989 and we show her the famous photo of the lone student standing in front of the 4 tanks. She is very interested to learn these facts and afterwards questions her parents and granny about the incident. It was a pleasant surprise to find we could use the Internet, as we thought we would have not access but certain sites were restricted like FaceBook and Google. So we found ourselves talking more instead of playing on FaceBook lol :-) ...
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... flight to arrive and then have a new flight path organised due to the weather. We had an interesting conversation with the lady sharing our group of three seats while we waited. She was American and as we sat down she asked if we were 'Ringers'. The confused look on our faces gave her the answer, but of course we then had questions. It turned out she had just attended the World Bell Ringers Symposium in South Korea, where ...
Well, unfortunately I missed my overnight train to X'ain on Saturday by all of two minutes.
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... yet to find any - even on the subway. We gave up looking for the lakes and went to the Olympic park. Whilst great in the day it comes alive at night with lights, street entertainment and an excited atmosphere. John seems to be missing home as we went to a pizza and pasta restaurant for tea, he then had cravings for mars bar - we found a snickers bar instead and he fancies going to the cinema. . . just need to find that Chinese to English film phrase book for him ...