Travel Blogs from Deauville
You would think this would be a relatively easy task right. You think, "I'm just gonna walk up there and get on." LOL. Not so fast little foreigner, we do everything differently. Yes I have taken the tram before but not by myself and also not when other people aren't getting off the tram. That makes a difference as you will see.
So, a couple of days ago I went to get on the tram. I purchased my ticket. I waited patiently. The ...
... matches and you can't tell where the sidewalk starts or ends. So it all looks like sidewalk, till a car is inching up your bum and your like-oops- this is a street not a sidewalk. Sorry.
Ok, so that's it for today. I need a nap now LOL.
Yours truly, the traveling tricoteuse.
p.s. Did anyone read about the normande cows?
p.p.s bonus points to anyone who knows what a tricoteuse is :)
... stormed the beaches of Normandy, the start of the end of the Nazi Regime. Quite incredible and certainly makes you think. Always think I am against wars but of course it's not so black and white. so many Soldiers...Men, Fathers, Brother..and women literally sacrificed their lives to rid Europe of the regime...goodness knows where we would be without their actions. Just so awful anything should ever come to such ...
Heading out early to where the Chic Parisians head for Summer...Trouville and Deauville!
We spent our time in Trouville, empty streets and beaches with glorious beach manors/hotels. You can easily imagine a glamorous scene set here in the 1920's. Little playparks for Ella although the windchill was a little much for too much play! Strolling along ...
So anyway, stay warm everybody back home. I keep seeing emails saying UoL is closed, so I know it's bad. I will write again soon and post pics to go with this post later. Must Sleep now! Lmao. Sounds weird I know, but living a second language and walking everywhere demands lots of energy! Also, am still recovering from my glutening.
Bon nuit toute la monde :)
-le travelling tricoteuse