Ibis Besancon La City
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... my other auntie’s house. We left the car at her house and walked to catch the tram. We waited for about ten minutes then the tram came, we boarded… it took around 20 minutes to get there… but today is when they’re doing their big half yearly and Halloween sale … there were people EVERYWHERE! We got to eat churros YUM as we roamed the market stalls. We went into a shop and found my dress for graduation! It’s a beautiful dress! Then ...
... went up stairs and saw the rats and mice - it was really disgusting...and it got more disgusting when the zoo keepers started feeding them. We went into a different place we saw a stuffed tiger. We saw skeletons of animals, the tail of a whale and other creepy things. After a while we got to visit the baby farm where there were pigs, goats, chicken, ducks, guinea pigs and sheep. We got to feed and pat the farm animals.
We went down to the lion and the tigers. When we ...
... When we got to their house, it was beautiful and they had a baby, a little boy, he was only 3 months old. We stayed there for a while and someone turned the music on and everyone started dancing until midnight! We headed back to my uncle's house again but the next day is going to be a really fun day and I may need to save my voice.
... built in 1060 with materils from the original 5th Century construction. Our next stop was the village of Baume-les-Messieurs. It was down in a box canyon and included an imperial abbey. This place was an amazing place to see and walk around. This is what I love about Europe. Finding these little gems that so many people have never visited. In the 17hundreds they started selling ...
... for the night. The secretary was still at work and on hearing my plight she took me to the community centre behind her office and said I could sleep there. There was no bed to be had, but here was a toilette and somewhere to prepare some food to eat. I was genuinely very grateful for this small act of charity and despite a rathy chilly and uncomfortable night I always will be. It's not the only time I've not had a bed on this trip, but that's ...