Campanile Montpellier Sud
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... number 10 Downing Street we went off to the Churchill War rooms which was awesome. With tickets purchased online we skipped the queues and got out of the cold and straight in. Going through the narrow corridors as they were during the war and through the Churchill Museum section gave you a real appreciation of life under attack, only one flushing toilet below ground for Churchill the rest needed to go above ground or use the bucket. One fact the kids saw was that 500,000 ...
... cafe on a little square for a pre dinner drink and watched the Montpellier crowd. It certainly has a university town feel and is quite lively. Sue had a fantastic meal of foie gras(duck pate), squid and creme brûlée, while Phil enjoyed a salad, chicken mushroom and apple pie while sitting outside under a canopy. It was a great way to end our time in Montpellier.
Tomorrow we make our way into Spain ready for another European experience.
... The theme of the Museum now is to ‘Discover
our past. Understand our present and to
help us all understand how human behaviour can result in genocide, how it can
be prevented and resisted more effectively.
A WOW experience and a good reminder to us all to let people be
different and accept them for who they are.
We drove back home and walked through the old part of town again and
enjoyed a meal at Piacere Little Italy and ...
It has been about 9 weeks since our last blog.
Seeing as how it's mostly been teaching, I wanted to keep the blog to travel events and ministry, but here's an update on how the students are doing!
Week 3: "The Father Heart of God" week. It's always a big one in a DTS, as it often deals with the way people see God, and the way He looks at us.
Week 4 was a week on "Relationships: With friends and family, opposite gender, ...
... was she entitled to keep all the space they had originally staked out, but that the police should help her maintain that space. And that anyone who crowded in should be punished with an Aussie flag flown in front of their face. Nevermind that this also punishes folks who have stood nicely behind you, without pushing forward, for the past 4 hours.
Oh, well. This woman’s experience was severely diminished by focusing solely on maintaining her little corner of ...