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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... show him that apparently, that isn’t an issue (pic 3). In all reality, most of the people there I’m pretty sure are volunteers. Just like in the U.S.
The rest of my day was spent travelling to my new city, Dijon. The population of Dijon is about twice that of Medford so it’s a mid-sized city. In my mind it’s larger though cuz it’s big enough to need a Metro line. As I write this, I’m sitting four floors up, ...
... to get wet. Eventually we found our way into a town, stopped and had the lunch with the watery Irish stew, and drove on back to Galway. It was a marvelous day. Looking at the coastal scenery and the land and the rolling green hills dotted with stone fences - I can understand why the English had so much trouble letting go of Ireland, even though it cost them endless misery and money. I can see how it can work its way into your heart and mind and ...
... and made into good eating when you are far from fresh food re-supply.
They are in a large building with some other stores - mostly clothing - and a food court. And when we got there this time they had this wonderful ropes course type climbing structure set up for kids about 5-10, with harness and caribiners and rope walks, and swinging ropes. It was pretty great and the kids were having much fun.
Thursday was a treat. We made ...
... raised in June and July 1791.
The invading army handily captured Longwy on 23 August and Verdun on 2 September, then moved on toward Paris through the defiles of ...
... on airbnb.com and it was only 55Euro per night (approx $80 Australian dollars) for a 3 bedroom farmhouse in the Champagne region of France! Such good value. After a good night's sleep, we had breakfast and decided to walk around the streets of Pevy and the vineyards. It is such a cute little town with only 250 residents, but it still has church and a fountain! We drove into Reims after our walk, and spent the rest of the day exploring the old streets, having ...