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... clapped every time she saw her coming back to the table. Following lunch we then walked along the coast, looking at the oddly shaped stones that are dotted across the landscape. Walking down to a stretch of beach, Rose became very excited at the thought of playing in the sea. She enjoyed splashing about and collecting interesting looking shells and stones for her collection. John also taught her a trick that his much-loved Uncle Jock taught him ...
... on a HA organised tour. A free shuttle service into town, maps, and stalls on the quay were all provided. We wandered down the rue Siam, through a local Sunday market, across the Recouvrance drawbridge and ate moulles and frites with stout (Dave) and cider(Judy) for lunch at the quay. Maximum temperature today was 14 although the sun when it came out was gorgeous. Before boarding I enjoyed a crepe - crepes and cider are signature dishes of ...
... landmark, the Eiffel Tower. At night the tower is lit up and sparkles every hour for six minutes. The students had some time to wander around Montmartre to visit the cafés and shops. Several souvenirs were purchased and some students took the time to have local artists sketch their pictures or caricatures. We returned to the hotel by the Metro again. City tour of Paris is on the schedule for tomorrow. We’ll be home in ...
This is the story of my awkward, adventurous, and totally wierd french exchange trip. My exchange partner is called Lisa, and I'm really looking forward to meeting her! I have just stayed to pack, and we are leaving on Thursday!!! Wow! Is came really quickly!! What a shame I will miss the house racing at Cheltenham! #racehorses #ohwell ...
... parts, uniforms, all crammed together in a very tiny space. The kids were pretty much uninterested, so I let J take his time and breezed through with the girls.
At the museum, we encountered a very old couple who, we were told by a museum staff member, were vets of the war. Indeed, we saw them featured in some of the displays and they were in a movie that was showing near the end. He had been a pilot, she was a nurse. The weird thing is that ...