Hotel Le Mediterranee
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... and out of touch with the universe for quiet some time.) I'm a little apprehensive but go ahead with it anyway. That night at dinner I was exceedingly thirsty, I don't know what Sylvia did with her needles but I had five glasses of water at dinner and then another three after wards. (Guess what I was doing every hour that night!) ...
... bus station- would be easy to find.......... The tourist office was closed, the first person we asked was a foreign visitor, the next lady understood my French but her 2 dogs made such a racket we could hardly hear her reply! We got 'tournez a droite, ce n'est pas trop loin' - so we retraced our steps and turned right and then what? On the ...
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Alright, I also have some pictures and videos from the past few weeks....photos/videos of Laura. Lets ya'll get to know her a bit more, she can be such a goof!
And, I'm sorry Minnesota, but some pictures of how wonderful the weather and such is here! And a few unwelcome visitors! If you know me, you know what that means!!
Love and miss you all!!!
hope the snow lets up in MN soon!
Happy Graduation to my GA peeps!
... weeks in the sun!
However, it is NOT our day! I have always longed to visit Hyeres, having listened to years of accounts from M. about how lovely it is in this part of France, based on his experiences on a camping trip with friends in the 1960s. I have clear ideas in my head of what it will be like, of which I will describe more shortly.
Everything starts all right. The sun is shining, we have a good breakfast of ...
... best. You can see for absolutely miles right along the coast. It's very beautiful. On Sunday we went on a boat trip around the bay. We saw some of the French Navy ships and submarines which were really impressive. The Charles de Gaulle (a huge aircraft carrier) was there, and I'm sure the man doing the tour said it's the biggest in Europe. We also visited Castellet: a little medieval village surrounded by fields of grape vines. ...