Thursday, November 25, 2004
pèlerin, ine (pel-rehn, reen) noun
un pèlerinage = pilgrimage, place of pilgrimage
Citation du Jour / French Quote of the Day
A vingt ans, c'est une promenade, à soixante ans c'est un pèlerinage.
At 20, it's a stroll, at 60 it's a pilgrimage. --Serge Bonnet
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