Hotel Les Chamois
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... doing all the same things and it makes you realise how lucky you are to be doing something like this. Another thing I've learnt, maybe I am a bit of a home bird after all and maybe that is something that affects some people more as they get older because this was not a weakness I had as a child. I am only coming up to my third week of this experience which is nothing, but it is forcing me to only care about and miss those who want to make the effort with ...
... stomach. It was his turn to experience the joy of being with just the open road and himself, without his nagging wife along for the ride.
What was my plan? I originally intended to reunite with my second love, Italia, and taste every shape of pasta available while freshening up on my Italian language skills I had obtained 13 years earlier during my post-grad extended summer spent in the carb-induced country. But fate and a long lost cousin had other plans for my ...
Waking up this morning was much easier considering the plans for the day. Although I had a long day ahead of me, I knew that by 7:00 I would be on a train to Nice, France. I ate breakfast for for the last time at the residence, got on the bus and went to class. My first class was French I. I have always enjoyed going to this class because the teacher is so relaxed, funny and I have to admit he is pretty good looking too. All of the girls participate much more in ...
And in between the lull and the goodbyes this happened:
I joined the Berthemont-les-Bains choir while I was staying with Liz and Mel. It sounds a little grander than the four-women-two-men-setup it actually was. Having joined in several rehearsals and made a good go of learning songs in six different languages it seemed right to jump on a morning bus from a cold Nice for a 90-minutes of stop start traffic followed by continous winding up the Vesubie valley to a ...
... to the Bastille in Paris where he died in 1703.
After this I headed back to Cannae and saw the new Lexus LFA. I was jealous.
A train trip home and a stop at the grocery store. I spent 10 euro on some wine, cheese, bread and pasta that I would make at the hostel kitchen. The meal was pretty good, but the microwave died for like 15 minutes so I couldnt heat up my sauce, so it was a little cold but still good.