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2022: International meeting in Fintel
Sunday 28th August
95 participants from 3 countries (12 from Spain, 12 from France and 71 from Germany) were welcomed to Fintel by the organisers, Irmi & Alfred Corbet from the association of Darmstadt (Germany), in 3 languages. The 6-day meeting at Eurostrand in Fintel then commenced with a buffet dinner.Everyone received a button with their name and their country of origin together with a present consisting of 3 typical products from the area. The foreign participants received information material in Spanish and French regarding the the excursions.
2022: Franco-German meeting, Clermont-Ferrand Nuremberg
Finally we were able to meet again this year after having cancelled in 2020 and 2021 due to the pandemic.
We had chosen the Loire Valley and we do not regret this choice, a territory with multiple facets between its historical heritage and its natural landscapes. For a week we lived the life of a castle and went back in time from medieval times to the great royalty.
2022: 11th International Boule Tournament
Eurojumelages invited boules players to the 11th International Boule Tournament. JUMELAGES EUROPÉENS de la Poste et de France Télécom of the association of Strasbourg was responsible for the organization of the event
The Boulodrom is located in Strasbourg's leisure park directly by the Rhine. It is an extensive boules facility with many playing fields and a sports hall which is only used for playing boules during bad weather. Opposite the Boulodrom, the Europe Bridge crosses the Rhine and leads to Kehl in Germany.
2022: Spanish Language Course in Girona
Only a few months after the language course in Benidorm (November 2021), we were surprised to hear that another Spanish language course would be held from 24th – 30th April in Girona! I was a bit surprised when I heard where it would take place!
Girona is in Catalonia, and there, in contrast to the capital Barcelona, they really do speak "catalá". My Spanish friends were also very amused that I should undertake to learn Spanish here. But the "real" Catalans also speak Spanish, and many people who have moved here from other regions of Spain speak Spanish anyway, even if they often speak Catalan in everyday life.