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... is an extremely comforting feeling.
I decided to blog about this today because as mass was going on I looked around and noticed the extreme mix of cultures. It came from the marathon today in La Rochelle with runners from all over the world. The streets are packed with people representing hundreds of different backgrounds, cultures and lifestyles. When I looked around and ...
... though - there was no turkey. Well, we bought some deli turkey to say that we physically had some... but no one ate it. We were really just not feeling the whole go buy a turkey with its head and feathers still on... Might as well just go kill my own while we're at it! So instead - we bought three roasted chickens... with no heads... fully precooked. They were yummy!
Of course, what's thanksgiving without all the ...
... que nous avons vues. Heureusement le soleil est de retour, car l'air de la mer est quand meme assez frais!
Ensuite, nous avons pris la route pour Nantes et nous sommes arrives chez nos amis Gilles et Ingrid en fin d'apres midi. Nous avons passe une belle soiree, nous etions tres heureux de les revoirs et aussi de renouer avec les apericubes!!!
... cup of tea then made a complete mess of the table with our lunch. This was a good time to not understand the language. We arrived in palais de rei early afternoon to find cold showers but after a little complaining we showered in another area with warm showers. The albergue was much better than portomarin and only slept 12 per room. We could not find a restaurant that could fit 9 people so just went to the supermercado and bought groceries for a picnic ...
These French keyboards are ****.
La Rochelle, what a place. Incredibly hot day. La Rochelle has a massive marina and is currently building another extension to double its current size.
There are three noticable turrets in the town, two of which were used to guard the town harbor by extending a chain between them to prevent enemy ships from entering port.
Traditional wooden houses line each narrow street.