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... was lost on the rest of my family (and frankly I didn't pay much attention to it either).
We would spend most of the following day on a train (still my favorite means of transportation in Europe) from Carcassonne to Marseilles. The one story worth sharing is when Caroline and I visited the public restrooms in Carcassonne before our train left. The restrooms at this train station were unisex, automated, and charged 0.30 Euros for admission. ...
... both favorite foods of our earliest ancestors), also wolf, hyena, and deer roaming across this particular landscape. Humans lived next to animals which have since become extinct.
We recently traveled southeast of Siran to Tautavel, visiting The Museum of Tautavel-The European Centre of Prehistory, presenting the whole history of mankind in Europe since the first European humans. The earliest remains of human existence in Europe, dating to 450,000 years ...
... pace of leisure after (more than likely) some more croissant, cheese and jam and stop where we feel like stopping for lunch. Once in Capastang, we will tidy up the paper work with the boat rental company but intend (at this stage) to remain on the boat for a further night before setting off early for Italy as the boat is not required to be returned until the following day. A day without ...
... and shakes hands with dolphins and even kisses sharks. So every so often in between the boring subjects adults like to discuss, I’d tell her another story, and enjoy seeing her eyes go wide with surprise and amazement.
With CÚline we talked about Martinique where she grew up, and church news and old friends. She served us an aperitif and then we moved to the table with much joking and laughter. We enjoyed a lovely lambs-lettuce salad with ...
Annie and I are now in southern rural France living in a small apt in the tiny village of Siran (500 residents). Our first morning we awoke to a couple of 4 or 5 year old French girls sweetly singing nursery rhymes on the street below. My view from the kitchen window where I am writing is of fig trees, grape vines, lavender and jasmine in bloom. We're in a village, but it feels like being "in the country," so to speak.
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Dont get the plastic moulded toilet and shower cubicles really! They smelled wierd - a cross between an urinal and bad disinfectant. Hotel receptionist only moody one we have encountred so far.
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