Hotel Victor Hugo
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A six hour drive today, we left at 7am and arrived at 2pm - lots of traffic, just did they highway but spent around 65 Euro in tolls. Speed limit most of they way was 130.
We arrived outside our apartment and it looked like a derelict building with a big green door, soon our host Christelle arrived and we were immediately under her charm.
... logical we retraced our steps, went back to the train station, made enquiries, rang the Paris station where the train was terminating...no handbag. And to rub salt in the wounds, the French honestly did not give a ****. Numerous times the Paris lost and found office hung up on us because we didn't speak French, even though they could understand our English. We were unable to formally report it lost or find out if anyone had handed it in. We contemplated getting the next train to ...
As I put my my hands out the window, I realized that if I just dusted the towel in an attempt to set him free, he might just fly back in. The towel would have to go too. So in one swift carefully executed move, I flung the towel out into the night, in a manner which would send it as far from the house as possible but at the same time open it up so he be set free. The window was quickly shut and bolted and we took a moment to thank our stars how ...
... my conversational skills were zero. I figured that if I took up learning to speak language I could kill 2 birds with one stone - learn a beautiful language and make some new friends while at it. After all, speaking is compulsory if you plan to learn to speak a language.
Among the various activities I sought out that would give me the chance to speak, I found a conversation group that met once a week at Cafe Borrone in Menlo Park where I lived. ...
... and didn't see her first time as she is so small. A lovely city to walk around. We were in and out of the little shops, but still enjoyed the Rue de la Liberte which is very wide and impressive.
We had dinner at a place that was under new ownership - 2 brothers and they'd been there 2 months. They prided themselves on fresh food. "Le Flagrant Delice" - food was tasty and a bit different.
Have to go - have another day to do yet. And it's a doozy!