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Travel Blogs from Le Havre
... get dressed for the day. I have lots of errands to run, post office, library bookstore, buy a macaron, go to the tea shop then stop in for an espresso and a gluten free desert at the little coffee shop in the used book store I love so much. But before I do, I will put up some pics for you that I took a while back but couldn't seem to get from my camera to my computer.
Hugs! I hope you had a great Valentines Day.
-The traveling Tricoteuse
... exercise for language fluency) while planning my next dose of Tylenol (paracetamol in France), I decided it's time for another "you might be a foreign exchange student living in France if...... " joke. Or lets call them insights ;)
I think this one particularly applies to Americans because of the way our streets, cities, and cars are designed for the most part.
......If you find yourself walking down ...
... stormed the beaches of Normandy, the start of the end of the Nazi Regime. Quite incredible and certainly makes you think. Always think I am against wars but of course it's not so black and white. so many Soldiers...Men, Fathers, Brother..and women literally sacrificed their lives to rid Europe of the regime...goodness knows where we would be without their actions. Just so awful anything should ever come to such ...
Heading out early to where the Chic Parisians head for Summer...Trouville and Deauville!
We spent our time in Trouville, empty streets and beaches with glorious beach manors/hotels. You can easily imagine a glamorous scene set here in the 1920's. Little playparks for Ella although the windchill was a little much for too much play! Strolling along ...
... something fresh (haha get it?)
Few things about French Subway:
1.) The bread is delicious beyond belief
2.) The mayonnaise is salty and disgusting
3.) They have rich people ice
4.) They only give you one cookie instead of two :(
Also, just something I've noticed in general while in France, coca cola is much sweeter (it was the same way in Paraguay), I personally like it but the bottles are also smaller (aka less soda) so it's hard to decided ...