Holiday Inn Paris Versailles Bougival
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... beautiful one at the front depicting Mary being taken to heaven, and recreated in detail on the painted ceiling. Truly a sight to behold. We moved on. At a park we talked about finding a supermarket to get a cold drink and supplies for a picnic drunch. While Nic looked at his phone I saw we were in a pretty area with the first of the autumn colours out and a nice building too. Without thinking I took a photo. All of a sudden about ...
... Then we headed on to Reims, the biggest town in the champagne district. Our accommodation was ok and very new but felt a bit like a display house. There was no cooking oil, no washing powder, no kitchen sponge...but the bed was good, the shower v good and the internet was excellent. I didn't love the town, it was nice but not that 'special' feeling you get in Aix or Bordeaux. It did have lots of champagne and that compensates for ...
... is going well, and after a flight of about 11 ½ hours we'll be in Hong Kong. Just had some nuts and wine, dinner should be soon, then hopefully some sleep, but I might read or watch a movie first. Right now were over Germany, at 33000 feet, and 992 km/h. It was still light when we took off, and the French countryside was magnificent, with a patchwork of fields and small towns. If we come back, we might explore the countryside rather than ...
... t get close enough to check that out!!) .I'm glad to have seen her but... Raphael took us past some other Da Vinci's to compare style etc and I must admit there were others I personally preferred!! We also saw quite a few paintings by David... Last stop, was a tour of what had been the finance minister's apartments. He wasn't a king but he certainly didn't go without anything... After taking our leave of the Louvre, we walked down the ...
... and settling in Nancy. We're no longer tourists, we're now students with French long stay student visas. Oh goodness. I'm excited though!! So much planning and anticipation has gone into this study abroad program that I just want to start classes already! I also want to experience the university scene with international students from all over the world! I can learn so many languages, meet so many people and earn my International Business minor for UCF!!
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