Travel Blogs from Vichy
... and we have to be careful not to put on weight, cause that's real easy here !!! Mylene had seen I had a guitar with me and asked me play which I did for a bit. We had a real nice evening and went to bed around 2:40 am. 11/6 After breakfast we said goodbye to this so friendly couple that had spoiled us in the 2 days that we were here. We left around 11:15 direction Montpellier. The road was absolutely beautiful and we really enjoyed it. We arrived at 5:15 pm at La Grande ...
... but did notice way below us when we looked over the view point a huge car park and I believe another Aires.
The drive down the mountain was even more treacherous than the drive up so by the time we got to the bottom, we were both tired. Found a sign for a campsite that was advertising a very low beginning-of-season rate so we went there for the night. It was raining and had been for a while and the rain combined with the ...
... aside here. Paul says the best advice he was given pre-trip, other than "don't go you idiot", was from Dominic Miller, who works for OIM. "Take gaffer tape," advised sagacious Andy. And, let's face it, it has come in useful. Although I struggle to think of a situation when gaffer tapes not a sensible addition to any trip or set of circumstances.
Paul rates his meal last night as one of the worst he had ever had. His Supreme de Poulet at the ...
... past my house, so I now have to duck all the way to school and back every day for fear of being attacked with chocolate. Just for the record, by the way, I did not eat that poisoned food. I gave it back to him when he showed up to class 4 days later, and then I legit ran away so fast I left his "whyyyyyyyyy" just drifting in the cold winter air.
So, when I say "oh, I've had my chances, I'm sure", I mean I actually could be married several times over by now.
... at first, because of course I've never heard a woman give a sermon before. Also, I kept forgetting that she wasn't speaking her own words, so when she mention her wife, I did feel some confusion until I remembered what was happening. I liked it though. I've also had the opportunity to hear a prayer interpreted from English to French. Rather than simultaneous, this was consecutive which means that there was a pause after every few words for the interpreter to fill in.
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed