Articles les plus consultés

lundi 17 octobre 2016

The fist hours in Austria


Monday, October 17th at 22:12

The trip went well (despite some luggage problems) and we arrived at around 7:00 pm in Austria: the familys were waiting for us at the main train station of Salzburg (the host family of Eva and mine) we met them on the dock. We (Eva and me) went with our respective host families, then we took the car to go to the small neighborhood where my correspondent and her family lives: Rif. They showed me the house and I met Alina's brother and sister who didn't come to the station. 
I got used to speaking English pretty quikly but I haven't got enough vocabulary to express myself clearly. 
The next morning, Alina showed me the neighbourhood (Rif): it is just like I imagined Austria, the great mountains, lots of trees and green fields, it's beautiful and relaxing where my family lives. The house is near a river called the Salzach. Luckily it was beautiful weather but I learned later that it wasn't always like this.
Around noon, we went for a walk in the mountains with the family of Eva, my austrian/swiss family and Mr LeScouarnec. The place was beautiful and the view was worthy of postcard landscapes! We walked in a forest: in some places it was difficult to walk because the slope was quite steep! I talked to Alina to get to know her better and also with Eva because it's good to speak French sometimes! After this nice walk, we went to eat in a typical montain restaurant: the "french fries" were nothing new to me, because I eat french fries in Bordeaux too! 
Overall, the arrival in Austria was very good and we have already seen and done plenty things! My family is also very welcoming!






13 commentaires:

  1. ouah !! Really great landscapes !
    Lucky you !

    RépondreSupprimer
  2. Génial, c'est trop beau!!
    Grosses bises de nous 5
    Zio

    RépondreSupprimer
    Réponses
    1. Ce commentaire a été supprimé par l'auteur.

      Supprimer
  3. Mais quels magnifiques paysages, préviens les que y'a pas ça à Mérignac! Et je remarque une très grande progression niveau anglais, bisouuuuuuuuuuus marie <3<3<3

    RépondreSupprimer
    Réponses
    1. T'as vu ça!ahah c'est sur mais il y a pleins d'autres atouts! Oh really? I think also bye bye ludi

      Supprimer
  4. Mais quels magnifiques paysages, préviens les que y'a pas ça à Mérignac! Et je remarque une très grande progression niveau anglais, bisouuuuuuuuuuus marie <3<3<3

    RépondreSupprimer
  5. Ce commentaire a été supprimé par l'auteur.

    RépondreSupprimer