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This entry by Tom.
After breakfast at the hotel, which was the usual continental breakfast plus a hot tray of little sausages, crepes and eggs (but you wouldn't want to eat the eggs), we gathering at the van as planned at 8am--or at least we tried to. There were a bunch of first-morning stragglers dealing with bike issues, packing issues …
My schedule is pretty good actually.
Before arriving in France I had asked if I could have either a Monday
or Friday off, this way I would be able to make some weekend trips if
I wanted to. I was lucky and now have Friday, Saturday, Sunday to
myself and to spend with the other assistants who are living in
Rochefort. And during my school days I only work an average of 3
New Country, New Town, New People =
Hospitality, Generosity, Sincerity
First things first, let us rid
ourselves of the unfortunate stereotype we tend to have towards the
French. Like all nationalities, they are old, young, rich, poor,
kind, gentle, curious human beings, created by God, loved by God, the
same as you and me, I know, hard to believe. But it’s true. They
may have the time today to talk, and they may not, ...
... was still warm. I have to say it was good for a change. We drove into France around 12:30. We were in the car for most of the day today. We did stop for a quick stroll in Evian-les-bains.
We are in the Golden Tulip Hotel tonight and will have to walk to dinner because the restaurant is closed this evening. This is a lovely hotel, looks brand new. They want $20 for each of us for a buffet breakfast tomorrow so I think we will walk to a bakery ...
... in at a small side street cafe for our morning cappuccino. This one was like no other we've had here yet- topped with cream and dusted with chocolate, it reminded me of my USA trip last December! Yum. After a short bask in the sun, we continued home to pick up Jono before heading to a small town outside of Grenoble where we would be riding the La Funiculaire- the steepest train track in Europe. When we arrived, we had to wait an hour before our ...