Adagio Access Besancon La City
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... went to do her manicure then I got to have a turn. While my mum was doing her nails we played around until she finished and when she finish then I did mine and we went back to my auntie’s friend’s house there we had dinner and went home after with my uncle’s sister was sleeping over. While driving home my aunty hit a deer with the car on the road…we turned around and we saw the deer on the floor in pain. Then my brother started crying until ...
... the zoo keeper told us that the male lion had killed all of his sons, except one, several weeks earlier. The zoo keepers came on time to save the last one. Now the father has been separated from all the other lions. And next to the lion enclosure was the tigers. There were two tigers sleeping under a tree. So we went to see the monkeys. We got to the monkeys and there were all different species, small to big ones. We found the baboons and we were right on time for feeding ...
In the morning we woke up, it was a little cold but that did not stop us from having an adventure. So we had a shower and got dress, had a big breakfast and went shopping
in a neighboring town called Besancon. Besancon is the largest town in this area, so they had more shops for us to do some grocery shopping. We went to ...
... countryside again today. I found a couple of work horses while Eldon was wandering around and they each got half an apple from me. They are such pretty animals and worked so hard. They sure enjoyed their treat.
We drove through several lovely villages today. We didn't really stop to view much. It was 1:30 and we needed to get picnic stuffs. I get really nasty when I'm hungry, and ...
... around by officials before finding the perfect park not far from the circuit. There were thunderstorms that day and we were lucky enough to find shelter under the eaves of a local tradition mud brick house. A polka dot sign nearby advised us that there were three kilometres to the top of hill climb. The build up to the riders coming through is enormous. An hour an a half before they arrive there is a procession of brightly decorated trucks with people tied to ...