Gisele Lafferty in France 2001
In Summer 2001, I spent a month in the Language Institute of Touraine in France.
My family joined me in Paris afterward; then we toured Paris, England & Scotland. We had a good time.
Abbaye Royal de Fontevraud.
There, you can see the tombs of Henri II Plantagenet and his wife Eleonore; his grand child Richard The Lion-Hearted and wife.
My new friends and me in front of the Chateau Saumur
In a little restaurant in Tours
Flower market in Tours (2 times a week)
Le Chateau d’Azay-le Rideau.
The castle is half way surrounded by water.
My new friend Anna and me visiting le Chateau d’Amboise, close to Tours.
Again, le Chateau d’azay-le-Rideau.
From right to left: Gina, Maria and me.
Breakfast, croissants and coffee in the schoolyard.
My French class in Tours 2001.
The second from the right standing was our main teacher, Dominique.
Mont Saint-Michel (a church also a monastery)
This parking log will be under water during high tide, and Mont Saint-Michel will be surrounded by water.
Derek and mom resting at the side of the Grand Trianon.
The back of Notre-Dame de Paris
Tower of London
We stayed in this Bed & Breakfast in York.
Urquhart Castle on Loch Ness, Scotland.
We did not see the monster “Nessy” there.
This statue of Liberty is found in Paris by the Seine river.