Hotel L'Univers Tours
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March 31st set off from John& Claire's arrived Newhaven 5pm parked in docks found that there is a 4 hour delay due to the gales on Monday night so will stay in Dieppe Wednesday night. Went on to Oissel staying right by the river Seine for 2 nights to unwind quiet pitch just 2 vans moved ...
... Finally we took a boat ride on the Seine river to see why Paris is called the city of lights! I am always sad to see my trips come to an end but I will treasure the memories of seeing France for the first time again through their eyes. Even though I know the students will be so glad to be home, I know they too will miss this place and this experience that we shared together. They should all be very proud of themselves as I am proud of them! It truly was a "Bon voyage"! ...
... do some activities with the students of Léonardo de Vinci last Friday, which coincided with Julie's last day. The teachers and students threw a party for us, the visiting Americans, and also in honor of Julie's departure.
Upon arrival, we were greeted by Mme Perché, Julie, and a group of 6th grade students. We immediately jumped into mini-conversation sessions -1 Ashley Hall student for 2 French students. Our girls did an amazing job taking ...
... flops. So, looking as American as humanly possible, I donned a t-shirt, threw my hair up in a ponytail, and proceeded to walk to the mall (I needed band-aids). I felt a little self-conscious, I have to admit. Thus far, I had been wearing clothes a lot more similar to those that a French student would wear.
In fact, I looked so American, the woman giving out samples of Cadbury chocolate at the grocery store inside the "mall" ignored me when she saw ...
... River!). Its history, from the time of Henry II of France/Catherine de Medici through its use as a massive hospital during World War I and escape route in the French Resistance during World War II, captivates. The crowds, though, were a little annoying. But there's a reason everyone flocks here; the chateau enchants like no other. The grounds and gardens were expansive, the chateau had dozens of well-furnished and curated rooms, plus we ...