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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We woke up at the crack of dawn (aka 11:00) and dashed out the door at 2:00 to do a driving tour of the verdun area.we saw some of the verdun battlefield ruins. We also saw a ossuary. A ossuary is a place that holds bones of solders that died in war. Then we went to see a ballllllllllllllloooooooooooon parrrrrrrraaaaaaaadde. There were about 400 ...
Here we are in Beauvais, France on a beautiful day. The stunning cathedral was very impressive inside and out. It was a quick trip outside of Paris. We did look for lots of beaus in Beauvais, but there were not many around. It seems to be a holiday week in ...
The embarking was a bit of a strange process, we had priority boarding which is good for a free-for-all economy flight like Wizz air; but they cleared us through, then made us wait just on the other side of the counter for awhile, then outside on the Tarmac (in the cold) for some more time... Finally they let us board, we were first on and told we couldn't sit in the bulkhead seats for safety reasons. So second row it was. Beckett fussed through the whole ...
... area we went into the tractor part of the factory, here they make Massey Ferguson, Challenger wheel tractors, Isiki (only the big ones) and in return they make old same Massey Fergusons for India, Africa and other countries. They are currently making 80 tractors a day and last month were making 90 a day. Each tractor is made to order and the central assembly line has many smaller lines coming on to it like the engine line, cab line and many more. The computer controls ...
... myself sitting with a Columbian student, who primarily speaks Spanish and knows a limited amount of English, for nearly an hour. What were we doing for nearly an hour? Good question - learning how to speak and write Russian. It was in that moment that I realized while our differences in language can prove to be a barrier, it is possible to overcome that barrier with effort.
Our session today with Professor Venegas ...