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... my other auntie’s house. We left the car at her house and walked to catch the tram. We waited for about ten minutes then the tram came, we boarded… it took around 20 minutes to get there… but today is when they’re doing their big half yearly and Halloween sale … there were people EVERYWHERE! We got to eat churros YUM as we roamed the market stalls. We went into a shop and found my dress for graduation! It’s a beautiful dress! Then ...
... went up stairs and saw the rats and mice - it was really disgusting...and it got more disgusting when the zoo keepers started feeding them. We went into a different place we saw a stuffed tiger. We saw skeletons of animals, the tail of a whale and other creepy things. After a while we got to visit the baby farm where there were pigs, goats, chicken, ducks, guinea pigs and sheep. We got to feed and pat the farm animals.
We went down to the lion and the tigers. When we ...
... this episode in the blog because it's all too depressing. However in the interests of veracity I'll summarise.
It was very wet, getting dark and the autoroute was very busy. No compressor this time so it's phone time. My breakdown insurance (Axa through Carole Nash) cannot recover me themselves from the autoroute, telling me I have to go through ...
In the morning we woke up, it was a little cold but that did not stop us from having an adventure. So we had a shower and got dress, had a big breakfast and went shopping
in a neighboring town called Besancon. Besancon is the largest town in this area, so they had more shops for us to do some grocery shopping. We went to ...
... and unexpected around the bend. Shortly after leaving town, we encountered the Percée de Thoraise, a 185 meter tunnel, built between 1803 and 1810, that allows boats to circumvent a big loop of the river. It has a "waterfall entrance", with water directed down through a half-circular pipe that would certainly give your boat a thorough washing as it entered the tunnel! The cycle path however, followed the loop ...