Chateau de la Motte
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Quick update, there was a little bit of snow today!! I was in English Class and my friend suddenly said "Hannah! Look! It's snowing!" (In French). It was raining and snowing too, it was so pretty because it was gentle and in flurries.
... of people!!!! Afterward we went back to their restaurant and had a crepe and hot chocolate. On Monday, I started at my new school. I am in a different class to Romane as she is a year older. I made so many good friends!!!! Everybody is so nice and loves Australians. The teachers are very nice too! At lunch break my friend needed to buy a new pair of shoes, so we went shopping. Yes people actually do that !! Haha, because my new school is directly next to a big ...
... have a glass and a half of champagne and I really liked it!!! We got home at about 4am. And I slept until 1pm. Then we went back to the hall where we were the night before and had a New Year's Day party thing until 6 pm. I was so exhausted. I returned to school on Monday. Unfortunately, I have had to change families. It's a long story but I am much happier where I am going now. The Vice President of YFU France has temporarily ...
... of Vincent arrived. We had a big dinner!!! And we were all up and talking until about 1am. Christmas Day, we woke up and started preparing the house again for a Christmas Day lunch!! I thought I was going to explode with the amount of food I had already eaten!!! We set the table and then the parents of Pat arrived. Not Vincent's mother this time, as she has 6 other sons to visit! Just before lunch we opened the presents. My family loved theirs from me. I got Pat ...
... 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 ...