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... A moment frozen in time as we all contemplated each other. Fortunately he decided to head back into the woods. I'd been trying to get the camera out of my pocket without moving. Unsuccessful in that I didn't get the camera out in time, but successful in that I didn't upset the boar. Needless to say, we didn't take the track through the/his woods.
... some of Monet's most famous paintings - the pond lilies, the green walking bridge over a stream. We were able to see the spots where he painted these scenes; there was no markings, but you could see the picture from various points along the trail. In the afternoon, we took a twelve mile ride on a restored railroad passing through two little towns, Hecourt and Breuilpont. The railroad, engine and cars were all restored by a local group that loved ...
... br> All joking aside, we had a beautiful day without looking for any beaus!
The city's cathedral, dedicated to Saint Peter (Cathédrale Saint-Pierre de Beauvais), in some respects the most daring achievement of ...
... but fell asleep right before takeoff. The flight was short and sweet-- no one sat in front of us which guaranteed no one reclined into our laps; however, Ben had the rear neighbour from hell. He kept pulling on the seat to move around, leaning on the top while he gestured and talked to his neighbour across the aisle. Without fail Ben has the worst flying luck. We didn't have a solid game plan for getting into the city from the Beauvais-- I had figured ...
... does so the right part hits the mainline as the right tractor is there. It was very well run and well worth the look. After a great look around and seeing a video of the development side of the factory we headed back to the school where Pete and Christine live. Here we met up with Esther and Christine who has had a bit more sleep than us. They had organized tea which included a seafood plater with snails on it which had the texture similar to paua, they were surprisingly ...