Citotel Hostellerie Saint Vincent
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... ride to the top of the town. We had a panaromatic view of the city and region. We also were able to see an ancient Roman Theater that was built around 40-50 AD. The theater is still used today for summer jazz concerts. Dave and I both found this town very pleasant and filled with many well preserved historical buildings.
Dave and I have met many interesting and fun people to share our trip with. We have been amazed how many people ...
... German advance on Paris in June 1940. Much of
the older part of the city was all but destroyed, and the cathedral
badly damaged before being liberated by British forces on 30 August
... tracks on top of the wheels, sometime I think we should try this at home, I presume they steered with the wheel brakes. From here we weren't allowed to take photos but were given some at the end in a propaganda pack. They make all the cogs, shafts and hosings on site from bits of steel that are brought in. The machines that do this are very complicated and precise, they are all quality controlled to 1 micron. They also make some of this for Claas. From the gearbox and ...
... so we decided to check them out. The second one that we got to was in a little run down town and half of the chateau had been boarded up and looked more like a big farm house, so that was a bit disappointing but the third chateau was nice and a very similar style to the first one we saw, but no where near as good. The rest of this afternoon/night was making sure we had everything packed and the car was ready to hand back. We were going to miss Peugy (name of the ...
... explained that no one won. Professor Venegas explained that in fact there was a winner - every one of us. He said that today we are one group made of 33 people, not just 33 individual people or groups from five countries anymore. We have successfully broken down our barriers.
I thought more about that concept and found myself agreeing with Professor Venegas as I recalled the events from the previous night. Last night ...