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Travel Blogs from Vichy
They live in a beautiful big house with lots of design furniture, right up my street of course ! Eames chairs, Corbusier chair etc. We got spoiled with cakes, drinks and a nice dinner in their beautiful big garden. Not so nice was that we received news from Daan our neighbor that our terrace furniture was destroyed by hail last night. Anyway, we had a lovely evening and went to bed in the visitors room made up for us. Mylene is really sweet! She is making exquisite things ...
... grass pitches led to us becoming firmly stuck in the mud! Although I never designed the blasted campsite, I did the very British thing and felt guilty about becoming stuck. The guilt combined with the machismo of wanting to get out of the mess ourselves meant we didn’t do the sensible thing and go straight to the office. By the time we had faffed about for an hour or so in the pouring rain, I decided to go tell the office that we ...
... But what was he reading I hear you ask.
Paul is embracing the French cuisine on his trip by consuming a large number of Snickers bars. I didn't know the French were renowned for the quality of their peanut-flavoured caramel bars but it seems so.
A quick cup of coffee in a small French town this afternoon found Paul wondering how the French had coined the term bonhomie - distinctly lacking in this tabac as he waited 20 minutes to be ...
Vichy has brought me a few romantic experiences I've never known in Australia. Before I go on, my host Mum wants it to be known that what I'm about to share is not at all typical of France, but is rather born from the second language school environment, where foreigners mingle.
And they really do mingle. I almost feel like that's the reason why some of them made the trip here.
This all started on the first day of my first week. My friend Eloise and I had ...
... large bathroom.I don't ever even have to use that bathroom though (that's right, I have a bathroom surplus) because I've got my own little ensuite thing going on.
So school is about 10 minutes walk away. If I cross the road and go just beyond that, there is a beautiful park on the edge of the river. Up along the river and inwards, one finds the town centre which is full of fancy food and expensive clothing shops. If I leave my home and walk in the opposite direction, ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed