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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... The hot dogs were cool, because instead of a bun, the hot dog was surrounded with a baguette! It was amazing!!! Then we went back to Omaha Beach, and walked through the cemetery for a little while. While we were there, we heard the bells chime the National Anthem. It was neat. We are now on our way to Paris and our hotel, where we will be staying until Wednesday, I think. We are having so much fun! Cheers, Meredith, Esq. ...
... with no English and us with very limited French, we were on our way. We told the camp office about the difficulties finding the place and were advised that lots of people had the same problem - we don't know how long the pamphlet has had the error but they do not seem moved to change it!!
The camp was on the top of a big hill and we had hoped to cycle to Giverny from there, Stephen was keen but Gayle not so, in the morning we drove down to the town centre and cycled from ...
... to others as they passed, including us. We really seem to be the only Americans in this town, which is kind of neat.
When we got home, we broke out the food and had a mini-feast. The peppered sausage and the duck sausage were an immediate hit with everyone - I can say I've never had a dry sausage with such amazing flavor. All the cheeses we tried were excellent but ...
... then he spit! We knew that alpacas will spit, but I don't know why. I suppose that he was either nervous, excited or agitated when Ed stopped rubbing his neck. I forgot to mention in yesterday's travel entry that there is also a dog named Charlie here, as well as a sweet yellow kitty. I didn't see the kitty very much, so I didn't get a photo.
Today is Saturday, and we are in luck. The nearby town of Bayeux has an open-air market in a square in ...
... while that I was forming habits that were dangerous to learning a new language. The chief one being that everywhere I ride my bike/walk to, I listen to my Ipod. Not only does this cut off the interaction with local people/hearing the native language, but if I'm listening to English music, my mind switches into English mode. I've also been carrying around English books to read if I go to a park or to a restaurant by myself, and I don't think this is a healthy habit to form. So, ...