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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... with American and French people. The students had fun and it was just an easy way to get them to talk. This class is currently finishing up one unit and will start a new one next week. So, I didn't want to talk about surveillance anymore.
My last class of the day was the mystery professor class. We couldn't figure which teacher I was supposed to be with for two weeks. The students asked me all sorts of questions. The teacher thought ...
... I'm like thanks, but I can't call the US right now, so you're unhelpful. The link they gave me in the email doesn't lead to anywhere. AT&T sucks.
Both kids came back for lunch today. Rapha and I played with Pokemon cards, basically we played War but used their HP numbers. He was cheating and I told him that I wasn't going to play if he didn't play fair. He gave me all 90 HP, while he had 150 HP. That's not fair. I also told him I wasn't going to play with him if ...
... unknown solder was moved from here and interned in Wellington in 2004 at the war memorial. We stopped at a quant little village to go to the museum and have lunch "Albert". It's pronounced al-ber, the t is silent. The museum was a bunker from World War I and it had some of the most amazing artefacts from WWI that I have ever seen and the bunker seemed to go on for ever. The exit point was some way from the entry ...
... to have some lunch, so we took the bus to the Eiffel Tower. Crowds, crowds and more crowds, but it was very exciting for Hannah to see this very familiar landmark up close. We had decided we would avoid the queues and not go up... so found a quiet and shady place to eat our lunch and admire the tower, got an icecream and crossed the road to get on the boat tour. It was nice to see Paris from a different angle. I couldn't believe it the number of people sunbathing ...
... at a little place next to the hostel and enjoyed a three course meal and some very yummy wine. At the end of the meal the owner handed us after dinner shots. It was a shot glass with what appeared to be either an apricot or a very small brown brain...one sip and we were both afraid we would not be able to walk the 3 doors down to the hostel. It was a very fun day. We are both amazed by all the beautiful buildings and the history each one ...