Hotel de France
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... me. I should probably visit there soon!
Orientation this time was less painful. We learned about how to use advertisements and videos in our classes to help encourage discussion. Sadly, not all of my classrooms have computers, so that will make it difficult to show a video. They also don't have wifi at my school, so I can't even find a video on YouTube. I have to download it before hand, so I will need to be extra prepared. The struggle will be real. Everything that she showed ...
... came to and end. Families and friends wished all drivers good luck. Kisses and hugs were given, tears flowed and to make matters worse, the organization put on some emotional piano music. Teams got in their cars, engines fired up and we lined up for the start. And off we went! Whilst using the horn and waving, we left the NDSM yard and drove towards the highway, going south towards Hazeldonk at the Dutch-Belgian border. From this point on ...
... fine, so we found a little bakery. To both of our delight, happened to be full of(or covered in depending on how you look at it) wasps. So I bought my wasp bread after freaking out a little bit at the cakes and sweets that were acting as wasp traps and we set out walking. Not knowing anything about the history of the town, we walked into a garden, which at first held nothing but a fish ...
... me fraiche and on the other side of the plate a hazelnut macaron filled with chocolate. Gary had three flavors of homemade ice cream: lemon-lime, raspberry/strawberry, and nutmeg all served with little meringues, strawberries, and raspberries.
And how could I forget the wine: a red Burgundy.
It was really one of the best meals we have ever had anywhere and the service was superb and the ambiance was elegant yet ...
... baguette. So one bakery becomes very busy with long lines running down the street. However, service is quick and efficient without any feeling of being rushed-when I ask for une baguette et une cereal(whole grain).
One way to really see a place is to walk its back streets and hidden lanes. From the top of a nearby hill we look out over red tile rooftops, gray stone church steeple, dark green forests, golden fields of ...