Ma vie en France
Shoo, that was a win worth having. I see your in flight again. :) Diane
Diane-Yep! It was a nice 'weekend getaway!' That was last month-- end of May-- but I will be in flight next after next week- literally- to Germany/Austria!
Guten morgen, Bonjour and in my native tongue, Good morning!My daughter spent a year after college teaching English at the University in Valenciennes, France. When I visited her there, she took me many places around Lille, but we never saw such an amazing hotel/inn. Please tell me how to find it. It looks fabulous.You look terrific in PINK! I am so enjoying following your blog. I especially enjoyed reading the note from your student, Dennis. I recently worked as a Speech, Language Pathologist and I can only imagine how excited you were to hear the good news from him.Mary
Oh HELLLLLO Mary!!Thanks so much for leaving a comment... I like when my "luckers" come out to be seen-- Although, I couldn't find a link to your blog! The hotel is actually not IN Lille itself, about 40 minutes from the city of Lille.. It was in a book of hotels that my husband had from work b/c he won a night's stay that we had to use up... It's called GentilhommièreLet me know if you come back to France and you need to find places to stay... We know a few cute and inexpensive B&Bs in different areas in France...That's great you were a SP.. I taught Spec. Ed for 7 years and 5 of those at high school level in ILS (self-contained classroom, but included in gen. ed. I LOVED it and we always had great speech pathologists... It was really great hearing back from my former student-- that was when I was a TA in general ed... long before sped. Take care and hope to hear from you again now!Leesa
Mary--P.S. Thanks so much for enjoying my blog and for your kind words!
I like this style of hotels, very romantic:)
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