Chateau de Luze
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... biggest being the first with five bridges over it, the middle for the emperor and his wife only on her wedding day, each other bridge allowed certain GPS over. Five dynasties lived there, one emperor had almost a 1000 concubines, whoah! Apparently the number of rooms is about 8000, imagine a baby being born here in the palace and sleeping each night in a different room, he'd be finished at the age of all most 28! The locals either ignored us, gave shy smiles ...
... French guys are so boring!"
I did not actually meet Louis until the later part of orientation this semester. First impression of him was that he was a refined French man. Very tall, skinny, and well-spoken.
To my surprise, he spoke Chinese excellently when we were on our Yunnan trip. I was in his home stay in the Yi village. He spoke with the daughter of the house without any language barriers.
... incredible service. We arrived in our room to be met by a lovely flower arrangement and a bottle of wine, as Bryony had told them this was our anniversary week (...or close enough). A few minutes later our doorbell rang, and Debbie our butler introduced ourself and offered her help for anything we may need during the stay. She offered to unpack for s, but we declined as her services were FAR above our back packs but what she did do for us was arrive at the designated time ...
... happened to be New Year!
New Year in Beijing is an experience! On New Year’s Eve the place is manic until around 8pm when it goes completely dead as people enjoy their New Year’s meal. This is the calm before the storm because from about 10pm the fireworks start and then at midnight the city is under fire. It’s like living in a war zone there isn't an organised firework display and everyone does their own thing and the sky is ...