Octel Hotel et Residence
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Microwave in room
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... 5 December A surprise Saturday 16 January Journée internationale et assemblée générale Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 February AFS weekend obligatoire #2 Saturday 19 March Sortie Ski April Rugby match May Forum des langues et AFS weekend obligatoire #3 Sunday 26 June End of the year meeting ...
... of what was going on which was cool. After that maman Fabienne et moi went to the market to do a little bit of grocery shopping. It happened to be the first year anniversary of the market which meant there was clowns, the radio station bus, mayor and lots of games. It was a really cool atmosphere. I had a talk and laugh with some of the clowns. One of them told me that if NZ wins I probably want to stay at home ...
... and two people in the class were nominated to have to debate as a country (*****a for my Class). I was picked to be one of those people by my teacher. She is a lovely teacher and I already know her because I do English theatre on Tuesday lunchtimes. I am really excited about the opportunity to learn more words in French and also to work on my pronunciation for this presentation. It's a topic that I already know a lot about ...
So the first AFS weekend has just been and gone. Honestly, it was the coolest two days in the countryside. We stayed at this funky old big house on the outskirts of a little country village called Bellegarde-Sainte-Marie, north of Fonsorbes. It was so cool. There was all the exchange students for the year in the region, people who had been and come back and also people who were going next year. I met so many people ...
Basilica of St. Sernin
This mediaeval basilica is the former abbey church for the Abbey of St. Sernin, though sadly none of the other Abbey building remain today. The church houses a number of religious relics, including a thorn said to come from Jesus' crown of thorns.