Chateau de Rochecotte
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... little kids came around with these buckets of little colourful balls, they looked like gumballs or mentos. So my Kiwi friend, April, and I took one and we literally both went to eat them when the french people shouted no at us. It was pretty confusing. Then it was explained that they're not actually edible!! You take heaps and throw them at everyone in the room and so forth. It was very fun, pegging them at people!!! I also ...
... probably just resting. Here are a few things I have learnt about the French. -yes, they really do eat a lot of cheese, bread and meat. -They go out in the morning and buy a fresh baguette. -They table is like a second plate. They put their bread (like the piece they broke off from the baguette to clean their plate with) on the table beside their plate. -They put the Christmas presents under the tree on Christmas Eve. I hope everyone had a great Christmas! Love Hannah xoxo ...
Hello everyone!! This week went quickly and slowly at the same time. On Monday, it was -2 when I left for school. It was quite funny and amazing seeing the cars with frost all over them, well the owners probably didn't think the same as me but coming from Queensland, where it never gets that cold, it was something I hadn't seen before. This week was my last week of school until 2 weeks when the Xmas holidays or Le Vac du NoŽl finish. On Thursday in ...
... a book and a half and spent the days resting. I think I might have to find a gym once I am 100% better as I eat too much bread, Quiche and pastries here with little to no exercise. Hopefully I will be back at school on Monday. And then the end of the week is Christmas holidays for a few weeks. Sorry there isn't much to say. I hope everyone is well. Love Hannah ...
... on the back). We started piling in, and piled the bags in and around and hit the road for Loire, more or less on schedule. As we left Paris, we realized we were Fiona to have to drive the Etoile at L'Arc de Triomphe. If you haven't seen it before, it is a huge multi-lane roundabout, with 6-8 entry/exit points. This roundabout was made famous on National Lampoon's European Vacation as they drove round and round in their attempt to get out at the ...