Hotel-Restaurant Les Magnolias
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... show him that apparently, that isn’t an issue (pic 3). In all reality, most of the people there I’m pretty sure are volunteers. Just like in the U.S.
The rest of my day was spent travelling to my new city, Dijon. The population of Dijon is about twice that of Medford so it’s a mid-sized city. In my mind it’s larger though cuz it’s big enough to need a Metro line. As I write this, I’m sitting four floors up, ...
... We took that walk one afternoon, starting in mainly sunshine, and finally scampering back just ahead of the racing, looming, rapidly darkening clouds that eventually dumped a cloud burst just after we got back to shelter. The main old town of Galway is mostly pedestrian only, with a mixture of the usual commercial stores, tourist stores, wonderful sweater shops, and what does appear to be about 3 pubs per block - a few blocks are 3 on each side of ...
... train station. On May 8, the Allies all around the world celebrated VE Day - Victory in Europe.
On the morning of the 7th we took the local tram to the stop nearest the Monument aux Morts - the monument to the dead of WWII. We arrived a bit early to get a good spot to watch the commemoration ceremonies. In the way of such things, the gendarmes were already out, and slowly the other participants arrived. Other ...
... storage plant and between his English and my French we all did fine. We bought a case and he was kind enough to deliver it so we didn’t have to drag it back on the bikes. When he delivered he took a photo of us on the back of the boat with the French name, the American flag, and a half case of his wine. He is a younger man and he struck me as quite a bit more market savvy than many French!
OK I really will post this now. ...
... with spectacular lookouts as we crested at over 3,000 feet. Dennis had warned us to expect some rally cars headed for a race at Colmar and sure enough we saw a bunch, much to the delight of our car-freak son-in-law. Once we emerged from the Vosges the drive became a busy, truck-laden autoroute experience, not my idea of a nice drive. Nevertheless the scenery was interesting as we watched the foothills flatten out and become a ...