Cosytel Roissy Goussainville
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... Wednesdays and Thursdays off, which nice to have 2 days off in a row, but I was really hoping for Friday off. I think I read somewhere that we can have days off for sick days and whatnot, but we would have to make up the hours some other time. I'll have to wait and see about the schedule. Since I only work 3 days a week, I'll work 4 hours each day, I hope. That's not too bad at all! I can go on adventures during the middle of the week! How cool is that?!
... live one on top of the other. It is easy to see how close family and neighbourhood ties developed and have continued into the cities. Unlike us, they care for their elderly at home and generally only those with no family end up in care homes. It is very common to see three generations all out doing an activity together.
I thought that today would be a dull blog day but it livened up for me on the plane. Derek and I had to aisle seats and I was next to two ...
... was waiting to see some amazing thing..). deep breaths deep breaths.
The Palace is lovely, opulent, lots of gold and mirrors, and paintings. About what you would expect from a French royal palace. The gardens are magnificent, symmetrical, balanced, green and lush. There are hundreds of pathways to walk on - although we chose to use the train to get around. For obvious reasons. Cobblestones and wheelchairs simply do not mix.
This time ...
... a taste. Only the one glass !!
On the bus again, and into Reimes itself. VERY Windy and cold getting off the bus. Had a tour of the cathedral there. This is where all the kings of France had their coronations. A lot of history, and the catheral is actually taller than Notre Dame. During WWI, this town was almost bombed into oblivion, with 80% of the town ...
... cheese, a Roustique Camembert, for under 2€. I’ll take what I can get.
It’s hard to believe I’m actually living in Paris, not just visiting for a week or two. I have orientation at INSEEC University on Thursday and Friday, and I’m quite excited to go pick out my classes and meet everyone! I’m also thankful for wifi that enables me to keep in touch with family and friends. What would we do without ...