Hotel La Coupe d'Or
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I have now left Courseulles-sur-Mer after a wonderful 4 weeks. I walked to work with my luggage and said my goodbyes. I got a ride to the bus stop and headed to Caen. I had 15 minutes to make my train to Paris, but naturally there was a laundry truck in the middle of the road about a minute away from the station and my bus arrived 4 minutes before my train. I ...
... lives in her own apartment) wants. I tried out the new patio set that my parents bought for the cottage. I loved the hand rails that look like my cousin Zack’s childhood stuffed snake. I found genius carts that IKEA in Ottawa needs. And I genuinely had a great time visiting IKEA, even though people probably think it’s silly that I went. I finished my trip with an IKEA hot dog and laughed at the sauce ...
... while proclaiming the truth of God. So in going to Europe, I wanted to visit these Saint's towns to be able to experience a bit of their legacy first hand. I can see that one day will only be a taste, but these experiences may inspire more or different ones, so I am excited to see what God brings me. Anyway, today I left Paris with all 40 lbs of my luggage and took the train to Lisieux. Arriving, I knew that the hotel I chose was way on the ...
... the pizza. We spent the rest of the afternoon exploring the town and visiting the basilica erected in honour of St Therese in 1926. It was very different from other churches, with most of the interior decoration in mosaic tiles. That evening we found a rather nice hotel that gave us a nice meal which we finished of with Calvados, the local apple based digestif. Tired and mellow, we retired to our hotel and hit the ...
... exhilarating to me! Just when I've gotten accustomed to it - off we go! I am still amazed that almost 12 years ago - we came to this city and I was able to navigate the Metro alone, in addition to seeing some of the Paris sights (which is why we haven't gone to the Eiffel Tower this trip -we've already been). I remember thinking then, and even now, I've come a LONG way from Defeated Creek. So many things are sensory overload in this big city: ...