Auberge de la Brevenne
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... though, he helped us all communicate whenever things got confusing. The rest of the folks spoke French with a few words of English.
It was a lot of fun even with the weird older guy who only spoke French and Spanish and wanted to show me the neat picture of a dolphin on his flip phone and make me listen to a song by Ricky Martin on his smart phone. He was so many levels of odd!! I really liked talking to the other guys though. I asked questions, I answered questions, I ...
Today I witnessed a wonderful act of human kindness. As I was waiting for a bus in Lyon a little old man came walking up. In one hand, a cane and a plastic bag of cheese, meat, and a few other small items. In the other hand, a plastic bag so full of baguettes that he could barely keep it closed. An older couple were also waiting for the bus and the old man asked if they could help him by tying the bag of baguettes closed so it would be easier for him to carry. The man, a ...
... with them!
Jult 23rd - we had about a 3 hour cruise to the next city of Macon. And guess what? Yep, another tour of a winery and tasting! :). .. Our guide then took us through some beautiful country, just amazing, however they too are in need of rain. Apparently it has not rained here for 3 months so most of the grass is brown.
July 24th - today, it ...
5:15AM: Early breakfast in the hotel breakfast room on the ground floor, near the
5:40AM: Meet in hotel lobby ready to depart
5:45AM: Transfer via private coach to Lyon Part-Dieu train station (no guide included)
Intra-program train: Roundtrip transfer from Lyon to Marseille
6:36AM – 8:21AM
(economy class tickets included in per person ground ...
... you raised your eyes skyward to the top of Fourviere Hill where the Basilique Notre Dame de Fourviere with its white marble and gold glistened in the sunshine. Once again it was time to climb a hill to visit a church but this time would be done with ease as engineers had tunnelled through the hill and built the Fourviere Funicular that took you from street level to the Basilique. Although the most uncomfortable part of the journey was before we ...