Hotel De L'Aigle
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... completing all the instructions and submitting it to French instructors we were told that we had successfully completed the survival course and we can survive on our own in the French speaking environment!!
The first weekend and Travel to Zurich: This was our first weekend and all five of us decided to visit Zurich. In Switzerland states are called as “canton” and the place where we lived was canton of Vaud. Travelling ...
... advice, offers of shelter and hands on support that you have provided us with. We leave in the knowledge that we will come back to some very special people....and hopefully will see many of you along the way in any case!!
Teary stuff aside, Dec and Jan were also Party Time!!!! Cheers to all the good times we had together, now it's time for a detox. Yea right.
... Jerome was already ok at it before), understanding the 3 different types of Malaria vaccinations, writing rental contracts....to only name a few.
Oh yes, and we were kind of doing some work on the side as well ;)
BUT, all that lies behind us now, and as we are slowly winding down an enormous sense of excitement takes over. So ready to go now!!!
... home… when we arrived my brother continued crying the whole time until he went to sleep!
Tuesday 28th Oct 2014
In the morning we had to drop off my uncle sister then we went back home after that my uncle and my dad arrived then we stayed for the whole day we went to sleep early today because we spent the day organizing all of our luggage because we are driving to Paris in the morning. We are catching our plane back to Melbourne tomorrow night.
... start, others you took a ticket and paid when you left... we struggled to work out which lane to head to pay rather than the 'etag' type lane but only once needed to wait for assistance - an achievement given the number of times we had to pay! Leaving the toll gates is also an experience... no lanes marked and everyone just heads out towards the lane they think they might use on the road... about 10 toll booths & usually 3 lanes to ...