DANSIN4 in Europehttps://image.withvolo.com/fb0a2def2f1fa1b0e5a4cebb6e9673ff/98f9917c-3fe2-4d39-a2c8-db3312eacc39-e11595bd3591d8ebb3eb0a1b5b4701c385b28bd9.jpg
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DANSIN4 in Europe

로마의 마지막날이자 유럽 마지막날! 오늘은 늦잠자고 오후에 슬슬 나와서 점심먹고 산책! 보르게세공원-포폴로광장-뽐삐-스페인광장 뽐삐티라미수는 너무 맛있지만 역시 티라미수라서 맛있는 것 같고 스페인광장은 역시 로마의휴일에서 봐야 멋있다😍 그리고 오늘도 역시나 판테온을 지나 아놀드커피☕️ 정말 마지막인거니?😲😲

파리 샤를 드 골 공항
인천국제공항
바르셀로나 엘프라트 공항
Urquinaona Airbnb
Verdaguer
바르셀로나 엘프라트 공항
이비사 공항
바르셀로나 엘프라트 공항
이비사 공항
피카소 미술관
바르셀로네타 해변
구엘 저택
카사 바트요
카사 밀라
구엘 공원
사그라다 파밀리아
몬주이크 마법의 분수
Cartagena
Barcelona Nord
세고비아
Santiago Bernabéu Stadium
국립 소피아 왕비 예술센터
마요르 광장
프라도 미술관
마드리드 바라하스 국제공항
파리 샤를 드 골 공항
Pont de Bir-Hakeim
조르주 퐁피두 센터
파리 샤를 드 골 공항
인천국제공항
파르크 데 프랭스
Hotel Neptune
베르사유 궁전
오랑주리 미술관
에펠탑
옹플뢰르
몽생미셸 섬
오르세 미술관
루브르 박물관
노트르담 대성당
몽마르트르
물랭 루주
디즈니랜드 파리
파리 북역
브뤼셀 남역
Le Botanique
그랑플라스
벨기에 왕립미술관
브뤼셀 센트랄 역
암스테르담 센트랄 역
Teleport Amsterdam Hotel
암스테르담
잔담
Teleport Amsterdam Hotel
반 고흐 미술관
암스테르담 국립미술관
네덜란드 왕궁
안네 프랑크의 집
베를린 중앙역
암스테르담 센트랄 역
Station Sloterdijk
Berlin Wall Memorial
Hackescher Markt
이스트 사이드 갤러리
Brandenburg Gate
Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe
프라하 역
베를린 중앙역
프라하 역
드레스덴
Pravčická brána
츠빙거궁전
체스키크룸로프
프라하
프라하 성
프라하 천문 시계
프라하 역
Hauptbahnhof, Wien
벨베데레 궁전
잘츠부르크 중앙역
Vienna Central Station
Mirabell Palace
Mozart's Birthplace
모차르트 광장
호엔잘츠부르크 성
할슈타트
잘츠부르크
salzburg hbf
Stazione di Venezia Santa Lucia
Innsbruck Hauptbahnhof
리알토 다리
산마르코 광장
무라노
부라노
리도디베네치아
Stazione di Venezia Santa Lucia
밀라노 첸트랄레 역
밀라노 대성당
Firenze Santa Maria Novella
밀라노 첸트랄레 역
피렌체 대성당
Ponte Vecchio
미켈란젤로 광장
La Spezia train station
Firenze Santa Maria Novella
몬테로소알마레
마나롤라
Riomaggiore
Venezia Mestre
Firenze Santa Maria Novella
버스터미널
Venezia Mestre
Dubrovnik Main Bus Station
버스터미널
두브르브니크 구시가지
Walls of Dubrovnik
Port of Bari
Port Gruž
Basilica San Nicola
Napoli Centrale
Bari Centrale
누오보 성
Napoli Garibaldi
Pompei Scavi - Villa Dei Misteri
Pompeii ruins
Pompei Scavi - Villa Dei Misteri
Sorrento
Consortium Port Marina Piccola Sorrento
Marina Di Capri
푸른 동굴
Peter's Beach
포시타노
Sorrento
포시타노
포시타노
Amalfi
Amalfi
Stazione di Napoli Centrale
Roma Termini
Sorrento
Restaurant Hokkaido
콜로세움
Palatine Hill
포로 로마노
베네치아 광장
바티칸 시국
성천사성
나보나 광장
보르게세 공원
포폴로 광장
폼피
스페인광장
레오나르도 다 빈치 국제공항
Roma Termini
아부다비 국제공항
레오나르도 다 빈치 국제공항
인천국제공항
아부다비 국제공항

Jul 02 2017 - Aug 17 2017

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France: Week 8https://image.withvolo.com/a05fc4a0d4599abedc164b50509cf321/8274f4bc-9e98-45af-8ff9-1b5fc52159b9-6d798c069579f7864978d4479835b7aa165781f7.jpg
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France: Week 8

1) Mail is delivered daily, Monday to Saturday like the old NZ system. Letters/postcards internationally under 20g are OK, at about 1,30€. But mailing a block of chocolate back in an envelop (100-250g) is 6,50€ = 10NZD! The post office has 'postage machines'. So you weigh your own item, enter the delivery info and it prints a stamp. Fancy! 2) The climate means more seasonal living in this area. The little towns I drove through on the way to the hike will be empty for the snowy winter months. Big ski mountains have machinery to clear the roads, but some smaller towns on the mountain sides are more just for the summer months or early winter. 3) Day light savings time ends next week, October 29. So I think we will then have a 12 hour difference between NZ and France... too early for math... 4) You can buy all types of alcohol in supermarkets. They have a selection of wine (of course how French!), beers and spirits. I have not had my ID checked once, so feeling old. The legal drinking age in France is 16 years for wine and beer, 18 years for spirits and liquor. It is common to have an aperitif (drink) before dinner. So we bought the local favourite Ricard for our guests :) Not my fav...but its french! 5) For the protein junkies, there is not a lot of options here. In Albertville we found supplements at the Decathlon (sports) store. 1.8kg is 45€ ($75). Not a lot of competition for products so it's expensive. Also laws say you can't bring milk products in via the post, so not sure about sourcing a cheaper product.

Oct 10 2017 - Oct 17 2017

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France: Week 6https://image.withvolo.com/f55a8505f48c01a836b4c3de4a18dcf3/7bd74ca2-ed6d-4512-b99b-fe814dc147ea-12b8073a15377443e2c203ec83d1bbd39e50f06c.jpg
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France: Week 6

Differences between France and NZ: 1) Parking in Albertville matches the shop hours. Paid street parking is from 9am-12noon, then again from 2-7pm, Monday to Saturdays. There are a few 'gratuit' (free) parking places on the edges of the main town area. We do not have an allocated carpark, so we have to park in these during the weekdays. I won't lie, I am pretty lazy so the 400m walk from the free spot then up our 3 flights of stairs is something I like to complain about. 2) Lots of smoking by young and old. Quite a contrast to NZ. I am tempted to let my inner health teacher out and show them the Totally Disgusting Gross Out Tobacco video we scare year 9 kids at Westlake with. Once I can translate it into french I will be out there on the streets with a laptop and headphones ready! 3) French love energy ratings. They are everywhere, as if they care about this planet (minus the trees they kill in paperwork). For example when apartment hunting the advertisements show the places energy and gas rating, and it was the same for buying our washing machine, fridge, vacuum cleaner, bedside lamps, light bulbs etc. Being a green kiwi we aim for A energy ratings, but we aren't rich/don't care quite enough to be A+++ consumers. 4) Church bells ring often. Sometimes it feels like they go all day, but in reality it's 'only' every hour on the hour that we hear them. And at 7am weekdays and 8am weekends it must be get up time, because our local church rings its bell about 50 times (literally!) each morning. Then at midday Sunday, after church finishes, it is the same 50++ rings with the town church and the medieval conflans church echoing each other. Who needs a watch when you can use bell time? 5) The 'supermarche' has some different products. I did 'the big' pantry shop this week (#wifelife) and to name a few differences, teabags are individually packaged inside the box (cute), sugar comes in an easy to pour package (handy), I could not find plain spaghetti or baked bean (all tins had meaty extras in them), and cordial drinks are tres populaire. I was pleased to find most things on my list, except red and green curry pastes and crushed garlic - thai home cooked cuisine must not be french? And I could not decode the baking isle to find plain cocoa powder, baking soda and baking powder - everything seemed to be premix cake boxes not ingredients on their own!

Sep 26 2017 - Oct 02 2017

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France unfortunatehttps://image.withvolo.com/03b346964ba82701f6aeb4c69b44257a/245f530d-4455-4792-8f6e-acacc0f81462-0840fe1c0ae761ec105f33e09711879ba7ee343a.jpg
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