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... are pretty sympatico and are good at basically picking up each other's slack.
In a quick rundown of our itinerary we were in Paris for 6 full days then took train to Beaune for 1 night, picked up our rental car and, with me driving, and Melanie and Betty navigating we headed for Colmar where we spent 3 days and nights exploring the villages of Alsace and continuing our quest for great food and wine. From there we drove to Strasbourg for ...
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Star gazing is a very enjoyable and a prestigious hobby. Star gazing allows you to see our universe in a new light. It can make you appreciate your life a little more. All you need is a telescope and dark surroundings so that you'll be able to see everything.
Star gazing is a terrific hobby. Star gazing is cool because you get to experience outer space ...
... a walk into town. Not overly friendly but to be expected. the tourist season is over. Saint Valliers confirms a long held theory of a towns financial status. The poorer the town, the more they buy bingo tickets and play the lottery. the french are big on this normaly but in the poorer places it is endemic. The same all over the world i have found. Statisticaly you are better off backing a broken backed plough horse against Phar ...
... up for lunch break (4 hours; they take lunch seriously around here!). I was a bit worried we might miss the boulangerie. Pâté and cheese is a weird and unfulfilling lunch, so I was pushing a bit as we headed up the rise into town. We made it with five minutes to spare. No problem. I got a pallaise, which is a bit more substantial than a baguette. We headed up to the gorge and went a little ways up the road, then stopped for lunch on a rock ...
We learned that the Romans ran France and everything else for a long time. First, we went to Pont Du Gard. It is a three-level bridge to get get water to the city of Nimes. In the Pont Du Gard museum, there were old pipes, old toilets, and films about how it functioned. We went to the river under the aqueduct and my sister and my dad went swimming in the river. I skipped stones instead of swimming. The next day, we went to the Roman Theatre ...