Campanile Cergy Pontoise
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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... compliment! I always get so nervous trying to talk to people, so when they tell me that I speak well, it's a relief.
Rowena's replacement is here today to learn what Rowena does during the day. They had coffee and Rowena was like Kayla it's coffee time, go get some coffee. She also told me that I looked pretty today. She's the best! I'll agree with her, I look good (every day), but especially good today.
After lunch, I went back to the bank to draw money ...
... courts set up, and walked down and got into what we assumed was line to get a turn. I watched the people ahead of us, and I knew the workers did not speak English since a guy on the close court had to translate for the people a few ahead of us. I called Kurt over to watch, and told him to try to figure out how it works by watching the people in front. It was pretty easy- on the board it looked like they marked off 45 minutes for you, gave you the balls and ...
... to greet us, no-one in the proshop and the clubhouse was rundown and had a stale smell. Apart from that, all was great??!! We finally got organised, one person opened the proshop for trolleys and to sell products and we hit off about 9.30. Derek and I both thought the course was very ordinary. The greens were in poor condition, the fairways were dry and hard, and a few ...
... the Montparnasse Tower, so we had a bit of a chat over coffee. BTW, I do believe I prefer Melbourne's coffee (so far at least). I have learnt so much about the French and French life. I hope I remember it all-or at least most of it! Apparently real French cafes have all their outside chairs facing the street. This is because it usually costs more (even to this day) to eat outside. And because the French seem to have big egos, they like to be seen out the ...
... road. The car is a 2 door diesel compact Citron. It is. Bit tight with all our bags and bags but I guess we will work it out. We headed for Auvers-Sur-Oise which is the burial place of Vincent Van Gogh and spent the last 6 years of his life in the town and there are several buildings and sights that feature in his works. The town and district is in the final stages of planing for a festival. We booked our hotel at Pontoise which is ...