Le Pavillon Bleu
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- Free parking
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Expectations can make or break anything. Before going on our hike during our excursion on Friday, Patricia was explaining the lunch options. She then said, "If you are a vegetarian you might want to reconsider because these are some of the best lamb chops that you could ever have." I am not a vegetarian, but this of course made me very excited for lunch and I had very high expectations for it. After about an hour long hike, we finally made it to the restaurant. We first got our ...
... from loss of property to life in prison for ten, and the twelve who stayed true to themselves and refused to give a false confession were sentenced to be burned at the stake.
When we apply our views and standards to the customs of another culture, something dangerous can result. What these people viewed as a simple party asking for fertility for themselves and their property was misconstrued as devil-worship and evil doing because the symbols of ...
... A big drive from Roscoff to a town just out of Bordeaux, then the next day onto Hossegor south west of France. We had a few goes at using our year 9 French skills stopping at local markets on the way and picking up in season fruit and veg including nectarines and apricots..and of course a baguette! We arrived in Hossegor on probably the busiest Saturday possible - first Saturday of school summer holidays ...
... have pitches, so we are in luck. The camp is about 50 metres from the old part of town which is medieval and most of the buildings show when they were built, I think the earliest was built in 1510. We have had a couple of walks around so far and it is a lovely place. We think we are probably going to stay a couple of days. We discovered that the exterior of the church is lit up so we went for a walk with our cameras, and as we approached we noticed that we could hear voices ...
We arrived at Gatwick on the
train we then stood in the queue for a good hour or so until we finally dropped
our heavy bags and got on the plane to Bordeaux then we got on the train to
Bayonne then the bus to Capbreton and then the lady who owned the apartment
fortunately came and got us from the bus station as it was late and there were
not taxis. We were all very hot and tired when we arrived at ...