Logis Hostellerie du Prieure
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- Pets allowed
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... yours, you raising yours is the opposite of helpful. Went wandering again and stopped at a Starbucks to sit down and use the wifi. It was steamy in there due to the rain, so of course everyone else was wearing parkas. I then went to a big bookstore nearby and bought a couple of books and some cards. It was one of those stores, with all kinds pretty, useless things in it, that I love. And I was hiding from the rain. Then headed back to Galleries ...
... got to call mom and again, almost cried. At least I got to let everyone know that I was still alive and made it out okay. I again started chatting with a girl from North Carolina who was heading to Madagascar. She had a 24 hour layover in Paris, like holy **** that's a long time.
Four wheeled luggage is the best, end of story. That was so easy to maneuver myself through the airport. Once I got out of baggage claim and whatnot, I started ...
I had an awesome time in Belgium, but I will have to recount that later, because I'm behind and the past few days have been absolutely marvelous.
What has happened,
I've fallen in love...
I have learned to appreciate non clubbing parties
I went camping for the first time
The beginning of the week was pretty ordinary. I played frisbee on sunday and tuesday (tuesday was bastille day!) and celebrated that with my frisbee friends. ...
... do the food justice. First up the house made terrine in a big dish on the table to help yourself, obligatory cornichons and bread. First course was two white asparagus spears with a mousse and foamy stuff, could have finished then and there but next course was John Dory with snails. Pretty traditional French food here. Phew getting pretty full! Then out came a dish with some pigeon gizzards, few carrots and then the braised/roasted pigeon itself! Where on earth was ...
... to a hotel. I messaged the guy who rented the apartment, saying that the accommodation was unacceptable, listing the reasons why, and providing photographic evidence that what he had advertised was not what we had found. I requested a full refund because we had only been there for a few hours. David and I were both expecting a fight, but to our surprise the owner apologised and refunded our money. We get the feeling he knew that he ...