Chateau de la Menaudiere
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... custard things and they were so delicious we had to have a second one each. I have basically got just under 3 weeks to go. In 2 weeks I travel to Amiens/Arras with the rest of the YFU group and we visit war memorials etc. Which should be good!! I feel like my English is getting really bad haha. So I am sorry if it's kind of hard to understand this. I will probably need English classes when I get home!! Happy New Year!!! Love Hannah ...
... No snow unfortunately. A lot of my friends from the exchange who are all around France has gotten snow! A lot of it! My friend Bec was in a "blizzard" yesterday. Here is one of the photos she sent me! I am very jealous of everyone who has snow, I love it! Hopefully my turn is next. There was some predicted last night but I stayed up and didn't see anything. There was some also predicted for Monday, but that forecast is gone now :( fingers crossed it does snow a lot for me!!!! ...
... don't even get in trouble or told to stop. Which is something so different than school back home - usually that sort of thing you would be expelled for. I was talking to Clare, the Australian YFU girl, who was our chaperone to Paris (she called all of us to check up on us) and I noticed that I was accidentally replying in French sometimes. Like a simple Oui for Yes or Je ne sais pas for I don't know. I was quite funny and means, I think, that ...
Hello all! There isn't much to tell of this week, I have been sick so no school pour moi. Just the flu, thankfully nothing serious - it's not surprising though as everyone is sick in this weather. My days have been fulfilled with watching TV, Friends and Glee is on between 11:30 and 1:30 so I flick between the channels to watch them both :). Apart from tht I ...
The sky is perfectly clear as I set off to buy croissants for breakfast. Just like Proust and his madeleines, I am away in the past. 20 years ago, on similarly sunny mornings, when we were staying at Dol de Bretagne with Muriel and Patrick on one of our first fortnightly holidays, I would walk over the fields with Rachel (and Hannah if she slept over) to the nearby village bakery, getting them to sing out the names of baguettes, croissants, pain ...