Residence Les Hauts de Valmeinier
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... It soon became a huge traffic jam. When the boat came in a guy told the people to line up behind the arrow, but nobody moved. They were pushing and shoving to get near the entrance. We were getting squished. I kept telling Stacy to move around because she had her back pack on and that would push the people back, but that didn't work. French people don't know how to make a ...
... in ChĂ˘lons-en-Champagne, France until May as an English assistant. I work a lovely 12 hours a week where I conduct little discussion based "classes." I work at a high school (LycĂ©e Pierre Bayen), mainly with students ages 15-17, and at a middle school (CollĂ¨ge Victor Duruy), with kids from 11-13. I recently started helping some of the high school teachers with English too. I go once a week and an ...
... around for 3 and a half hours until a lady came down the hill who must own the place as she babbled in French and gave us a key. We hung out at the hotel, tried out the spa and caught up on some world news until time for dinner where we went across the road to the hotels restaurant. It was a really odd little set up. We had an ok dinner, we weren't really hungry because we'd been to a bakery earlier to pass some time. There's not much else to tell ...
road rage. Everyone seems to follow the rules of the road and traffic flows
The first leg was from Winkel via Basel and into France via
Mulhouse, Colmar, Nancy and Metz until we got to Verdun (Of 1st
World War fame) where after getting lost a few times we decided to book into
the local campsite. France just went down in my book of places to camp as “not
Saturday 16 AugustThe campsite management at Camping La Paille Haute arrived at 09:30 with a Toyota
4x4, to pull us off our pitch. We now know we must never to enter a pitch nose first when
the ground is soft - but we were not the only ones to be rescued that morning!