Hotel du Chateau
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Babysitting service
- Breakfast Available
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... us about the history of the Loire river. It's actually pretty cool.
The commerce was what, he argued, gave power to monarchies that ruled over the feudal system there, because the merchants needed to have rules that allowed for fair trade over the water. They created Chateaus both for defense and for the monarchs and rulers to stay in during their journeys. Before the advent of trains, the Loire valley led to a very busy port, Nantes, which was ...
... she will go on tangents to fill in gaps of knowledge or things we might have forgotten about accents in future tense, how to conjugate ennuyer, or what the word for "robbery" is.
So what happened this week.
Monday: School. Being exhausted because I got there 30 minutes early. Went to the really nicely priced cafeteria for students called the "crous" (a nice meal with appetizer, main course, and desert for 3.80 euros! I had meat (they weren't ...
... he's FROM BELGIUM, as every frenchman likes to tell me. The metro closes at 12:30 on Friday nights (I was told by a local, don't worry, it reopens at 5:30, so you can take it then. Like I was going to stay out till 5:30. I don't go nearly hard enough.) We ran out around 12, relying on my lack of sense of direction and my phone's dying battery to get us to a cafe called "au metro" which we assumed to be next to a metro stop. Luckily for me, just when ...
... with no reason, do not make eye contact, do not talk very loudly to your neighbor, do not eat hot food. Then there are the unspoken rules for tourists: Do not speak English very loudly, do not leave your purse open, do not take your eyes off the purse. One may think that these rules make the metro a forbidding, or at least an unfriendly place, but the strict etiquette that is expected is a sign that people really have respect for one another.
... my gear and I let the rest
of the payload go into a suitable container. I tried to scrape the floor poo
back into the shower to hide the damage; I hear some one coming in. I retreat
to my shower quickly with the **** marks leading to the cubicle like writing on
the wall. A loooooooong shower follows and sleep comes at a price of knowing I
shall forever have that on my conscience. Thankfully I had someone to share the