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... I will have throughout a week once; they have all asked me very similar questions about where I come from, what I like to do and of course with the younger students, What is your favourite...?
I will be adding some photos of my appartment later this week and probably adding some other posts with things that I have been doing with the other assistants.
... a tour of the town as well as the
college. Through her emails, she has sounded quite motherly, as she
has offered me her home before I had even arrived in France, if I
needed anything I could just call her, if I didn’t like my
apartment, I could stay with her until I found something.
You see? I am very well blessed and
those are just a few of the stories about how hospitable people have
been to me.
... was still warm. I have to say it was good for a change. We drove into France around 12:30. We were in the car for most of the day today. We did stop for a quick stroll in Evian-les-bains.
We are in the Golden Tulip Hotel tonight and will have to walk to dinner because the restaurant is closed this evening. This is a lovely hotel, looks brand new. They want $20 for each of us for a buffet breakfast tomorrow so I think we will walk to a bakery ...
... s terrace, freshened up a bit, had a nice dinner and finished up with an evening stroll around town.
Wednesday 9/17 - Checked out of the hotel early and caught the TGV back to Paris with a connecting a connecting train to our next stop - Amboise.
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... The tour at Pech-Merle was just over an hour and by this time we were quite hungry because we hadn't eaten yet, so we drove to the nearby village of Cabrerets. We had lunch at a wonderful hotel/restaurant called Auberge de la Sagne. We drove by Saint-Cirq-Lapopie, a hilltop medieval town, and as we continued our drive, we came upon another vide-grenier in the town of Tour-de-Faure where I bought a handmade wooden ...