Hotel La Maison Blanche
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... crushing mobile campers and were littered on the trails. Thankfully no one was hurt.
And then we slept in our campsite, in our little golf. Driver and passenger seats folded all the way back in the rain with the storm happening around us.
p.s. Jon did a thorough scope out of our campsite, no large trees in the area that could land on us and even moved the car a little just to be sure - safety first!
was our last day in France. We did not want to spend the whole day cleaning,
doing laundry and packing, so we did make it to the beach in Meze, which was
only about 15 minutes away. Blake wanted to be able to play beach ball
volleyball and had spotted a net on the beach when we went for ...
... visited, there was still quite the variety of things to buy. In the afternoon we headed back to the boys’ favourite beach, at Marseillan Plage. It was a nice day and not too hot, as there was a bit of cloud cover. The afternoon was full off jumping into waves, playing paddle ball and sunbathing. We also rented a pedalboat for an hour that had a slide on it. This was quite ...
We arrived to Montpellier around 9 in the evening. Luckily, it was only beginning to get dark at this point and our hotel was right next to the train station. We disembarked the train and got checked into the hotel.
After dropping our bags off, we started to walk toward the old city to find a nice place to eat. We came across a nice Thai Restaurant called Mango ...
... Now, what about the day to day activities of the university going student? How does that compare with my past as an All-American Geek, lurking in dorms, eating ramen, and making oddball comparisons between Deadwood and The Ramayana?
Let's talk about course selection, which here is simultaneously easier AND harder than it is in the United States, specifically my home university of ...