L'Auberge de Flirey
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... little quite and is suffering from having a very much nicer town in Bon -La-Duc just a few kilometres away. There are some impressive old buildings on the Grand Rue and the square is livened up with a few bars and restaurants but many of the useful shops have long gone. I can't help feeling that this is another once great town desperately surviving. I still appreciated its efforts made for the Camping cars and boats down by the canal basin. Facilities were excellent, ...
... within about half an hour of Camping Breuils when we spotted several coaches and support vehicles bearing logos for cycling teams on the opposite carriageway and groups of spectators on the side roads bearing flags. This got us thinking about 'Le Tour' and if it was passing through the area, since for once we hadn't booked ahead, would we have a pitch? A quick 'phone call put our minds at rest and we were soon setting up once again. As the fridge and cupboards were ...
... this experience. Everyone else is going through the same process, and although you may be worried that things don't work at the pace that you'd wish they do (or the speed that you're used to), things always work out.
About seven of us from UCF received a work visa, so on Monday we have to go on a medical evaluation through the French Immigration system. Then we have another appointment on Thursday in order to get our visas validated.
Our rent is due ...
... was nice to sit and bond with the girls, especially because Amy was the first to attempt to do laundry! Basically we didn’t know how to lock the lid or that we had to lock it manually so we all thought the machine was broken. Anyways it was quite the laugh and took twice as long as normal. They are also helping me to master my French, well superficially my catch phrase "Je ne parle pas franšais."
January 14, 2014
Today was another long day, 3 ...
... even carnival rides! There's a stage and also a zoo! My favorite part was the most amazing garden I've ever seen, one full of over 1,000 roses. How beautiful is that?!! I am a HUGE fan of roses. Although white roses are my favorites, red roses always steal my heart. I hope I can see this garden blossom soon, although with the temperatures quickly dropping, I will be extremely lucky if I see one rose blossom by the time I have to return to the States.