Le Relais Chenonceaux
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So sorry I haven't written in a while. Bonne Année everyone!! So for New Year, I went to my host mother's friend's get together thing with about 30 people and maybe 6 teenagers. I met a Kiwi girl who is also my age and doing an exchange in France. We both thought it was great to speak full English for the night. So at 11pm we ate dinner and at 11:59:30 someone jumped up and reminded us what the time was. We almost missed the New ...
... No snow unfortunately. A lot of my friends from the exchange who are all around France has gotten snow! A lot of it! My friend Bec was in a "blizzard" yesterday. Here is one of the photos she sent me! I am very jealous of everyone who has snow, I love it! Hopefully my turn is next. There was some predicted last night but I stayed up and didn't see anything. There was some also predicted for Monday, but that forecast is gone now :( fingers crossed it does snow a lot for me!!!! ...
... to pick up the language. I also noticed that yesterday, I walked past a lady on the phone and heard what she was saying and I didn't even realise until my friend pointed out, that she was speaking English!! I just assumed that I understood what she was saying haha. Anyway, Friday finally finished an now I'm on holidays. I don't have anything planned for then, I don't think. I hope to be able to do some Christmas shopping though. Merry Christmas!! Love ...
... a book and a half and spent the days resting. I think I might have to find a gym once I am 100% better as I eat too much bread, Quiche and pastries here with little to no exercise. Hopefully I will be back at school on Monday. And then the end of the week is Christmas holidays for a few weeks. Sorry there isn't much to say. I hope everyone is well. Love Hannah ...
... second most visited château in France after the Royal Palace of Versailles. The tree-lined entrance (typical of most châteaux) masked the awe-inspiring view that was about to greet us.
The limestone Renaissance building was unbelievably magnificent!
Crossing the moat, we entered through a side-door with bas-relief depicting Christ triumphant ...