Hotel du Boeuf Couronne
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- Pets allowed
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Menu dégustation à 60Chf. Divin ! Produits frais, et de tès bonne qualité. Service impeccable, ambiance bistrot mais assiette soigné. Une excellente adresse !
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... to attempt to smoke out vandals - clearly the plan got out of hand.
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This morning started with a contest in which Jean Phillipe (JP) divided us into three teams and led us to the outdoor Farmers Market in Lyon. I was on the charcuterie team (cold cuts, blech) and the other teams were Frommage and Pain (cheese and bread). We had 46€ to buy groceries! then we returned to the ship and the kitchen staff set out everything, then each team presented their items. There is a French teacher on board, her ...
... teachers trying to stick to a schedule. However, I enjoy school very much now. I have made more friends here in only a month then I did back home in ten years. It's so interesting to be considered interesting and different, Everyone wants to know what you think about things and where you're from, but it's always impossible to properly express my thoughts because of my limited word choice and difficulties with the language. At first, many people wanted to speak English with ...
... When you've reached the end, you cut off the remaining lead and then pinch the corners of the lead on your glass. Then you solder the corners with tin, pinch the remaining edges down, and paint your glass. The lady had about 20 different patterns that we could copy. I chose a vine pattern that didn't look too difficult. It looked great while I was painting, but I later discovered that that was because the pattern sheet was still under my glass. When I lifted my glass ...