Chateau de Reilly
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... I know I don't have much of a green thumb, but I am determined to water and keep an eye on them. Loving the huge fresh rosemary in the front garden.
Do you speak English? I must have asked this a million times today and felt relieved when someone did. I woke early with Taylor and got him out the door for his meetings then workedon getting myself reaady. I had 2 days to spend by myself and I was either going to go to Versailles or do some shopping, sightseeing, eating, etc. Since the weather was a little bad (cloudy and morning rain) I decided to do my shopping, etc today. The train ...
... a late snack, and parents tend to get home so late, it makes sense that dinner is served at such a late hour. Luckily, my stomach is still accustomed to my college schedule, so it wasn't too hard to transition in that department.
The hardest part so far has been my lack of knowledge in the French language. I tend to pick up languages rather quickly, which is definitely helpful in this circumstance, but it still doesn't help me when I have no idea what a word ...
... we decided to go Champs Elysées. From the train stop we walked up the wide sidewalk to the Arc de Triomphe. We stood by the huge traffic circle there and watched the traffic. There are no marked lanes and it seems it is every man for himself. We saw a few near misses while we watched. We then stopped by the Peugeot store and meandered down the rest of the avenue. It was a beautiful, warm evening so we took our time and then took the metro from Concorde again back to the ...
... starts mixing together the pizza dough (hygiene is clearly an issue not worth wasting time over!), he tells me about how his wife and himself came over from Armenia to start their very own pizza and greek restaurant over 18 years ago. From the lack of reservations and empty chairs, it is truly difficult to see how it has lasted this long (yes, the thought of an Armenian couple coming over to France to start a Greek/Italian restaurant confused me somewhat as ...