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... it in Spanish and totally screwed
up, I practiced and practiced all day, but I still messed up. Oh well, it was
And that, my friends is the end of our 2 week vacation!
We took all day to get back to Rochefort the next day, I
decided to go see Meredith when we got back and we had supper together. Then
Sunday was the day we used to do laundry and get organized for the real reason
we’re all here and planned some lessons for school. ...
... going up the funicular to the Notra Dame de Fourviere. Had to walk down the hill as the furnicular wasn’t working at the time.
Walked to the Place du Terreaux and took the Metro and tram to the Centre d’Histoire de la Resistance et de la Deportation which was interesting yet rather depressing all ...
From Orange, we knew we had to get serious. We had arranged to meet our apartment owner at 3pm and we had a long drive ahead of us. With one penultimate stop in Grignan to try to get a glimpse of some Provencal lavender, we fixed our sights on our final destination: Lyon. Though we missed the blooms of lavender by a couple of weeks, Grignan was still worth the visit. It reminded me a lot of ...
... there is an expectation that you will taste the wine and declining is the exception, not the norm.
Perhaps at Bocuse they sensed that we were bogans from the colonies but the sommelier asked if we would like to taste the wine and made it very easy to say yes or no with either choice being totally acceptable without a blink of an eye. This felt much more comfortable to me than the normal practice.
And I think that was the essence of the service excellence ...
... to appreciate it, reluctantly. But if I'm honest with this blog, I have to admit, it's not the worst. I still wouldn't really recommend France, but it's not a horrible country. I think my mum will like it. To quote my friend Gliece, 'tourists love France. Anyone who doesn't live here likes France.' She's right. I think everyone has an amicable but reluctant tolerance for France. The people who live here find beauty in the places first, and some of the ...