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... the Basilica we could hear the sound of a service in progress, but the Church was empty. When we got to the top of the stairs to the crypt, the doors suddenly opened and scores of people came up from Sunday Mass.
There were several Nuns in white habits who greeted everyone as they left.
we waited a ...
... Tours via Loches. Unfortunately the Chateau at Loches isn't really visible from the ring road. . We took the road towards Amboise and after crossing the river Cher, we turned left towards Tours and found our campsite at La Ville aux Dames.
We had a lovely journey in bright sunshine, but it ...
Quick update, there was a little bit of snow today!! I was in English Class and my friend suddenly said "Hannah! Look! It's snowing!" (In French). It was raining and snowing too, it was so pretty because it was gentle and in flurries.
... year old brother, Adant, 11, who is so nice too!! My host mum, Fred, and my host Dad, Arnauld, own a restaurant which makes AMAZING CRÊPES! On Saturday, Fred had organised a surprise party for Romane as it was her birthday before Christmas but it's hard for people to attend, so it was held last weekend. I got to meet a lot of her friends who are all very nice and welcoming. On Sunday, we went to Tours and marched for Je Suis Charlie and other rights. There ...
... It was very strange as they don't count down to the minute. There is no "Cinq, quatre, trois, deux, une! Bonne Année." But my Kiwi friend and I did it between ourselves. It's not as enjoyable when you don't countdown because you sort of just stand there and then it's like "oh look at that, it's midnight." So after everyone went around and said bonne Année and gave kisses on both cheeks etc. Then we had delicious ...