Domaine de Verchant
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... to Paris she was able to fall asleep for the night. When we got to Paris we noticed that it was very urban (developed, non rural). Our activity for our time in Paris was to visit the Parisian Catacombs. The catacombs create an underground labyrinth, that used to be a quarry with an absolute distance (physical distance between two points) of 2 km. The catacombs hold about 6-7 million Parisians as ...
... view the world, versus the world view of The Kingdom. There was a lot during that teaching that I had never heard before, and everyone really gained a lot of new perspective.
Week 8: "Identity in Christ" taught by the lovely Janet Weiner. This is also usually a very intense week, as it tends to expose and break down a lot of lies that we usually believe about ourselves, and helps us face the truth of who God has created us to be ...
... starting to set, we made our way back to Montpellier, along the edge of the port to get a view of the boats.
I don’t get to see many sunsets here as there are always buildings blocking the view.
In Montpellier during one of our many walks, I saw a Western Boot store and thought of home. I saw many a cute store that I wished I could do some shopping in, but as space was limited in my backpack, I decided not to even look.
One thing I ...
... type doughnut for breakfast before we took a stroll around and closer look at the boats. We discovered also a fabulous area that had been created for swimming in the sea. It was a tiered concrete area just on the other side of the harbour with enough room to lay down and sunbathe with the option to either dive into the sea or use the steps like you have at a swimming pool to go in and to use to get back out, just a shame we hadn't taken any of our swim gear. We then continued our ...
... on this lovely Mediterranean morning with wide promenades, gorgeous architecture and my favourite combination of narrow twisting streets and large and small squares. A short walk from the gare we found ourselves in Place de Comédie, the big main square with the beautiful opera house at one end. We parked ourselves in the sun on the terrace of a café in the square for a petit déjeuner. Only E7 - you wouldn't get that in any of the main squares in Paris.