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On the 1st January, we left Italy for the French country side. It was our longest drive of about 500km. The scenery was beautiful with snow covered fields and small towns. We drove through the Mont Blanc tunnel which is 12km long through the mountains. We arrived late in the afternoon with the two satellite navigation systems taking us different routes - one along a rode and the other on a mud track. We are staying in my sisters and brother-in-laws house in the small town ...
... city, but we are to go to the area around Nyons where there are Roman ruins and olive farms to explore.It is sunny and 22 so the day is starting off well.the trip to Nyons will take about 2.5 hours. First we will be driving south past Lyon .. We are Following the Rhone River after going through Lyon which is a huge city. It's quite windy with the Mistral blowing from the south but it's warmer at 25 now and a bit overcast. The valley has vineyards on both slopes with ...
... The exhibit displayed various examples of innovative ways that architects had developed to renovate difficult sites into social living establishments. It was intriguing to see the effect of building layout on the social dynamics of the residents. The exhibit emphasized the new trends of mixed development, the integration of people of various ages and socio-economic statuses in one building, to address the new challenges of the ...
... Soon after we left I discovered this indescribable home/work of art. Google Abode of Chaos for more info. Phyllis called ,"parlay voo Ingles" to a pleasant looking passerby, with whom we struck up a fine conversation about the Abode, the village, and our lifestyle. He invited us to his amazing home down the street for coffee after which we set off refreshed and even more cheered.
In a couple of hours we came to the campground in ...
... response is more hot (does this mean too hot, or that it needs more hot) your guess is as good as mine, but other than that he is amazing.
We discovered our first road block three days in, when it was a public holiday in France, so there were no buses, luckily one member of our class has a car so he shuttled us all to class (including one in the boot). It was very much like being in high school all over again.
So the week of cooking began. The first couple of days ...