Premiere Classe Marne La Vallee Torcy
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... pate plate and I had a duck salad. Both were very good and the drama was mostly wondering why that man was drinking a beer, smoking a cigarette and talking on the phone...while walking around in the street! And now we're home with our bags packed, airlines checked-in, dishes and fridge clean, phones charged ...say Goodnight Mary....Goodnight Mary! A final blog tomorrow to let y'all know we made it through customs and are back in the U S of ...
... all French students are like this; there are of course serious students and those that never skip class, but the majority are much more relaxed about it. Definitely an interesting comparison to American schools.
Next week, my roommate and I are cooking a Thanksgiving dinner for some international students, so I’ll try to post about that! It’s always fun spreading culture and traditions around. One of the good things about making so many ...
... wanted a go. We made them run around the pool 3 times to try and get their energy levels down to more normal levels. Somewhere around the level of a marathon runner would have been nice! Listened to an orchestra playing in the park and then Alan and Nicky turned up again.
We all went of the Latin Quarter for dinner and then back to the apartment with 2 tired kids and 4 worn out adults.
Here endeth another day.
... than all of the Queens as Marie-Antoinette had been the last Queen of France. Her room was lovely. It was very beautiful and colourful. We saw a bust of Marie-Antoinette and the small door she fled through to escape the Revolutionaries. We then saw where they dined and learnt why there was a semi-circle of chairs in front of the table and that they were there for the nobility to watch the Royals eat! After seeing the palace we had a lunch break. ...
... a new watchband so we did not go home empty handed. I always love to go and have a look at the Cupola of Galeries Lafayette - a beautiful glass and wrought iron domed ceiling in the Neo-Byzantine style. We enjoyed a coffee as we admired this work of art. The afternoon light was particularly flattering as it highlighted all of its' best features.
We were eagerly anticipating dinner with friends (who we have been dining with for 40 years) at La ...