Kyriad Design Enzo Montlucon
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... ticket for Barcelona to Nīmes France, leaving at 13:20 arriving at 16:50. And from there I had to buy another ticket in France. And of course this is France so no one speaks English!! And all I have is a piece of paper with Spanish instructions about what to do... So I could get to Geneva-where there are no available hostels, which was where I had originally planned to go. Or I could go to Luzern. But I'd have to wait for the second train, and take a ...
... leave Nice the next morning so couldn't hang around with them any more but good nonetheless.
Train to Marseille the next morning, where we hired a car (the mighty Fidel the Fiat) and set off on a drive through the south of France. Tough life, but someone's gotta do it. First stop was in Serignan, a little town by the beach just west of Cap d'Agde. Thought it would be nice to just laze away on the beach for a little while, but turns out the beach (at least there) is ...
... those cold and timid souls who know neither victory nor defeat”, will be famous one day. His words make me think of all the people out there they relate to. It is easy to come up with some speech to impress people, but Roosevelt speaks from the heart and you can tell he means what he says. On April 23rd, I heard so much on critics, the french military, character, pacifism, ...
... increased tenfold, I'm getting to enjoy it. We are currently in a small village called Froncles in Champagne - Ardennes (municipal campsite - 10 euros per nuit - Monsieur much happier). I'm even picking up snippets of the lingo particularly when we walk to a local bar in a village. The funny thing is, these bars look like someone's front room and are not always obvious.
What is more interesting are the subtle changes in ...
So back to France.
I mentioned previously that we arrived via an eventful ferry ride. We then drove through apple orchards and towns of 3 story, asymmetrical, tudor-style houses to a town called Rouen which I can thankfully spell better than I can say it (the French often tried to correct me when they finally figured out what I was trying to say – apparently I can’t do the guttural 'r’ thing and I make 2 syllables of the ...