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... I inspected his feet, he was just wearing regular shoes "You not in a rush then?" I asked him. He just gave me a French style shrug. We moved on to the frozen foods and I saw a women filling the freezers, she was wearing work boots "I take it it's not that far to the stock room then?" I asked. She ignored me. We finished shopping and went to the tills, nope the cashier wasn't wearing roller skates either, I could kinda let her off so I didn't comment. Just as I ...
We called in at the TO and she told us the overnight temperature could be minus 4 deg. The MH Aire is in a hollow with a very ,very steep road out. it had been salted, but we were afraid that if it snowed or froze overnight, as it was in the shade, it could be hours before we could get out.. So although it was getting late we ...
Tonight we met up with Karine and said our goodbyes, it is hard to believe that the month is done!
Update: Forgot to mention that with the State election called back home we sent off the request for a postal vote and were surprised to find the voting slip arrived within a week so we got the chance to do our duty and vote. If who we voted for only crosses the line by two votes then they can thank us.
... of the town church and views of the valley below.
The town is very old and the earliest mention of it is from the 7th century! The central focal point of the town is the Church of St Martin called the Collegiate and was consecrated in 1343. It is a Gothic styled church well known for the beautiful Flemish tapestries that adorn the walls around the alter which are from the 16th century.
The town has a beautiful main square where ...
... with charcoal so consist of black lines. The youngest paintings date to around 14,000 years ago and mainly consist of black fingerprints. I think the most amazing thing about the paintings is that the artists used the shape of the rock formations to give depth to the images. For one of the ibex, the shape of the rock gives a 3D effect to the legs and the folding of the stone looks like hair hanging down from the ibex's belly - amazing!
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