Couvent des Franciscains
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... the ocean, or at a picnic beside a three thousand year old sequoia tree. It's the perfect companion - apart from her husband.
So why talk about Jennifer's three "W"s? A good question. No one is sad for us. Rarely do people say, "Those poor Turners!" Don't roll your eyes. We are unbelievably fortunate people who are experiencing an amazing adventure, but sometimes, life can be difficult when travelling. We have been doing so since September ...
Bonjour mes amis,
I worked really ******* this for my class. I made up all the sentences and my mom and I worked on the translation and pronunciation. Hopefully some of the kids in my virtual French class will see it.
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Thanks for watching my blog,
... Julie, my sisters or my daughters, although my nieces could be looking for the “chuck bucket” as we speak.
You do however end up at the last station where the women can come in should they so desire. They can readily see in to the large common pool where the men spill into but don’t have to come in if they don’t want. Many did but mainly couples. I didn't hang around for long but wanted to finish all the stations so to speak. ...
After a trip to Colmar France, we stopped at the midway point back home at Baden Baden. We had afternoon tea at the hotel and then explored the Casino, Theater, and beautiful surroundings. We spent the afternoon relaxing at the Caracalla Therme Baths. One thing I've learned how to do since being in Europe is to disconnect on the weekends and enjoy life and Baden Baden is the place to do ...
... from 1732 to 1742 after blueprints by Robert de Cotte, First Architect to the King, this museum is divided into two main sections and a special section:
- The sumptuous apartments of the Cardinals of Rohan
- The collection of Decorative Arts of Strasbourg covering the period from 1681 to the mid-19th century featuring world-famous Hannong ceramics, furnishings, sculpture and paintings, time-pieces, metalwork, silver and ...