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- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Banquet room
- Meal plan
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... the rock, for a hospital. However, Jersey have turned theirs into a museum depicting life in Jersey under the Occupation. his was very interesting, informative and quite moving. However, it is now official - I am "over" WWII - for the moment!
Also, went into St. Matthew's Church, which is known as the Glass Church as it has a great deal of glass, crafted by Rene Lalique on commission from Florence, Lady Boot, widow of the son of the ...
... he was American. As he came closer I could hear him speaking French. We waved and spoke to him, but he got shy and ran between his mothers legs. There were many adults that wore scarfs with the American flag on them. Some people had an American flag, Airborne, or Paratrooper patch sewn on the sleeve of their jackets. Most of those people were French too. Today we had the pleasure of visiting Utah Beach. It was not only beautiful, but one of the ...
... a nice campsite just outside Barneville-Carteret at a little place called St. Jean-de-la-Riviere and intended to stay for 3 nights but unfortunately they close on Sunday, so we could only do 2. However it was a very nice all-singing, all-dancing site with very modernistic showers and toilets, all black marble looking with a swipe card to get in, and we made good use of all the facilities possible. ...
... to continue it like this, then I would go back up to my room and she could take her kids to school. She continued to complain about something. I told her I didn't care what she was saying, I'd stopped listening. The conversation was over.
After that, I had every intention of changing my airline ticket and leaving this weekend. However, hotels/trains/planes have already been booked for me to spend a weekend before I leave in Montmarte with Rachel. There's no ...
... the girls. One ALWAYS says bonjour to the owner of a store when they walk into it. It’s incredibly rude to not say anything.
Salut! – Hello/Goodbye.This is a more familiar form of salutations. I use it with my
friends and sometimes with the girls.
Au Revoir! – Goodbye. Such as in, I’ll see you later, but I’m not sure of the time/we have
no definite plans to ...